The Pinnacle Lookout is one of the most spectacular vantage points in the Grampians National Park. There are multiple walking options to reach The Pinnacle, the easiest of which begins from the Sundial Carpark. If you decide to undertake one of the more challenging walks to reach The Pinnacle then you will be rewarded with numerous beautiful iconic attractions along the way, including Bridal Veil Falls, the Grand Canyon, Silent Street and more.
Walk from the Sundial Carpark
Distance: 4.2 km return
Time: 2 hrs
Starting point: Sundial Carpark
Points of interest: Pretty views along the walk, Pinnacle Lookout
Easiest walk to reach The Pinnacle, best option if bringing children
Sundial carpark has picnic tables and toilets
Walk from the Wonderland Carpark
Distance: 4 km return
Time: 3 hrs
Starting point: Wonderland Carpark
Difficulty: Moderate / hard - steep, rocky areas
Points of interest: Grand Canyon, Cool Chamber, Bridal Veil Falls, Silent Street, Pinnacle Lookout
More challenging walk to reach The Pinnacle
Wonderland carpark has toilets
Images in the photo gallery on this page were taken along this walk
Walk from the Halls Gap Botanical Garden
Distance: 9.4 km return
Time: 5 hrs
Starting point: Halls Gap Botanical Garden (Venus Baths walk)
Difficulty: Moderate / hard - long walk, steep, rocky areas
Points of interest: Botanical Gardens, Stoney Creek, Venus Baths, Splitters Falls, Grand Canyon, Cool Chamber, Bridal Veil Falls, Silent Street, Pinnacle Lookout
Please note that dogs are not allowed in the Grampians National Park except within vehicles on sealed roads and in sealed parking areas.
DID YOU KNOW...
There are countless fantastic walking tracks throughout the Grampians National Park, allowing visitors to explore and appreciate all aspects of this amazing place. From short, scenic strolls to epic multi-day adventures, the Grampians has got it all.
Views from the various lookouts over the Grampians National Park are so stunning that they must be seen to be believed! The unmissable Boroka Lookout, Reeds Lookout, The Balconies and The Pinnacle are just a handful of the many spectacular viewpoints throughout the park.
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