Grampians (Gariwerd) 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 Parks Victoria website provides useful information about campgrounds and how to book, key planning information for the Grampians Peak Trail long distance walk, and the latest park updates about what’s open and closed.

Brambuk the National Park and Cultural Centre, Halls Gap, is the key place to receive face to face national park information. Learn about the the important cultural and natural heritage of the area through displays, take a walk through the native gardens and wetlands, purchase your day walking brochures and long distance walk topographic maps, or select a gift from the great range of indigenous arts, books, clothing and other souvenirs. The centre is open from 9am – 5pm daily except Christmas day.

Brambuk provides an all-terrain Trail Rider ‘wheel chair’ (for free hire) to assist visitors with less mobility to get out and about in nature. Trained volunteers are available to assist and can be booked in advance by calling 8427 2058.


The Grampians National Park also values the assistance of volunteers, and there are a number of programs in which school groups, clubs and other members of the community can get involved. To find out more visit