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  • Brambuk Cultural Centre

    Discover the exceptional environment and Aboriginal culture of the Grampians with information displays, a theatre, rock art tours and a cafe which combines traditional Aboriginal food with a contemporary menu.

  • Grampians National Park

    Renowned for its rugged mountain ranges and stunning wildflower displays, the Grampians National Park features creeks, lakes and waterfalls. There are over 50 walking tracks and many spectacular lookouts.

  • Grampians Peaks Trail

    (only some stages open so far) The 144 kilometre Grampians Peak Trail extends from Mount Zero in the north of the Grampians National Park to the township of Dunkeld in the south. It connects some of the most famous peaks in the Grampians, winding its way through a variety of landscapes and vegetation types. Along the way are panoramic views, rugged ranges, relics of Aboriginal culture and several camping areas.

  • Halls Gap Zoo

    A wildlife park and zoo set on a tranquil 10 hectare site with hundreds of native and exotic animals. Visitors can touch, feel and cuddle the animals here, a great place for children to discover the beauty of wildlife.

  • MOCO Gallery

    Showcasing works by renowned artists from the Grampians region