The South West and Grampians are popular destinations for fishing, kayaking and rock climbing. Lookouts at the Grampians provide 360 degree views of the area and is a favorite for families and couples to go on adventures over short and long stays.

Food & Wine

Taste fresh baked goods from bakeries and cafes while you enjoy the small town charm of Camperdown or Dunkeld. Digest some of the regions best food and enjoy cool-climate wines that this area is known for as well as spicy reds and crisp white wines.

Click here for information on the wine region and restaurants in the Grampians and Camperdown areas.

Outdoors

There's activities for everyone on your trip away including abseiling, kayaking, bird watching and night walks. Halls Gap Zoo is regional Victoria's largest zoo and the perfect day-out for couples and families, with more than 160 species of native and exotic animals, reptiles and birds.

Click here for information on tours, walks and hikes, Halls Gap Zooparks and gardens, family activities, wildlife and bike tours.

Hiking

The Grampians National Park is one of Victoria's favourite hiking destinations, but that's not all. Its four unique areas - north, south, east and west - have varying landscapes and experiences to provide any traveler the chance to do something different.

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Grampians Peak Trail

The Grampians Peak Trail is a 160km 13-day/12-night hiking experience through the unique terrain of the Grampians National Park. Starting at Mt Zero in Northern Grampians it travels through grade 4 trails to finish at Dunkeld in the Southern Grampians.

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Rail Trails

See the region from your bike as you pass through rainforests, historic railway remnants and farm land. The Camperdown and Timboon Rail Trail is popular trail with locals and visitors, which links up to the Twelve Apostles Trail in Timboon.

Click here for information on Camperdown to Timboon rail trail and other rail trails.

Waterfalls

There are many waterfalls within the Grampians National Park which are easy to find and well sign-posted. Lesser known waterfalls include the Wannon Falls and Nigretta Falls near Hamilton, both have cultural and historical significance to the indigenous groups in the area.

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Art & Heritage

The Grampians National Park holds an extensive number of Aboriginal rock art, more than anywhere else in Victoria. Tours are available for anyone that would like to be guided to the art, or visitors can grab maps from the information centre for a self-guided tour.

Click here for information on art and culture, rock art and Hamilton Gallery.

Other links

Visit Grampians - events, deals, maps and inspiration.

Corangamite Shire Events Calendar - markets, events, festivals.

Information Centres - locations of information centres across Grampians, Ararat and Hamilton.