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Welcome to GRAMPIANS Guide!

Grampians Guide is your detailed online guide to exploring the natural treasures and historical sites of the spectacular Grampians National Park - a breathtaking series of rugged sandstone mountain ranges, beautifully forested and packed with wildlife! Situated 260 km west of Melbourne and 470 km south-east of Adelaide, "The Grampians" is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Victoria. 

Traditionally known as Gariwerd, the Grampians is home to the largest concentration of Aboriginal rock art sites in the state. As well as the beautiful rock art sites, there have been many more significant discoveries of Indigenous Australian artefacts in the region, including stone scatterings left over from tool making and ancient oven mounds. 

The Grampians National Park boasts a huge assortment of stunning natural attractions including waterfalls, rocky ridges, mountain peaks, caves, lakes, rock pools, rivers and more. Walking tracks and lookout platforms are located in abundance throughout the park, allowing visitors to explore and appreciate all aspects of this unique and beautiful place. 

Popular recreational activities within the Grampians include walking, rock climbing, bouldering, abseiling, photography, birdwatching, nature study, fishing, boating and more. 

Browse through the gorgeous attractions on Grampians Guide and start planning your next visit to Victoria's stunning Grampians National Park. There are plenty of excellent camping and picnic grounds located throughout the park, as well as countless fantastic accommodation options to choose from.

More amazing locations are regularly added to the website, so be sure to follow the Grampians Guide Facebook page to receive updates directly in your news feed. 

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