Grampians National Park
Nationally listed for its biodiversity, natural scenery and significant cultural heritage, the Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park is one of Victoria’s most well-known National Parks. It is popular for activities such as bushwalking, car touring, day and overnight walking and cultural heritage experiences.
For further information about the Grampians National Park please visit the Parks Victoria website.
As well as general information on what to see and do in the park, the website provides useful information about campgrounds and how to book, park updates about what’s open and closed and a weekly road report that provides information on the state of roads and 4WD tracks in the park.
Brambuk the National Park and Cultural Centre, Halls Gap, is the key place for all National Park information. Here you can purchase walking brochures and topographic maps, lodge your trip intention forms, enjoy park information displays, grab some souvenirs, visit the bush tucker café or discover the significant Aboriginal cultural heritage of the area through guided tours and activities. The centre is open from 9am – 5pm daily except Christmas day.
For visitors with less mobility, Brambuk provides heavy duty wheel chairs and two motorised all-terrain trailrider chairs to assist visitors to get out and about in nature. Trained volunteer ‘Trail Rider Sherpas’ are available to assist. The chairs can be borrowed for free. Bookings can be made in advance by calling Brambuk on 5361 4000.
The Grampians National Park also values the assistance of volunteers. There are a number of ways school groups, clubs and members of the community can get involved.