Picturesque Waterfalls and Breathtaking Views
Mother Nature was kind to the Grampians, dusting the region with gobsmacking features. Grampians National Park is at its heart, but branch out and you’ll uncover a fascinating past, cultural hotspots, and alluring wine regions.
Whatever interest or experience inspires your break, BIG4 Holiday Parks offers family-friendly cabin accommodation, caravan sites, and camping in the Grampians in the tourist hub of Halls Gap, placing visitors in the perfect position to explore this magnificent region.
Parks in the The Grampians area
When taking to this region, devote plenty of time to Grampians National Park. It's home to picturesque waterfalls, intriguing rock formations, and breathtaking views. For a rewarding and relatively comfortable walk, start with the path that leads to the base of spectacular MacKenzie Falls.
However, there is a host of walking, hiking, and cycling trails to enjoy. Or amp up the thrills by rock climbing or abseiling in an area that is world renowned for such daring pursuits.
Grampians National Park is highly regarded for its Aboriginal rock art and there are five easily accessible shelters to check out these works. Learn more about the area’s indigenous history and culture at the engrossing Brambuk – The National Park and Cultural Centre.
Away from Grampians National Park, there is a truckload of appeal. Admire outstanding collections of works at the revered Hamilton and Horsham art galleries, discover the Chinese link to Australia’s gold rush at the Gum San Chinese Heritage Centre in Ararat, or get up to speed on a sporting icon at the Stawell Gift Hall of Fame Museum in Stawell.
Two wine regions provide much temptation: the Grampians and Pyrenees, which both incorporate stunning scenery. Satisfy an appetite with a meal at Dunkeld's famous Royal Mail Hotel.