Grampians Wildflower Show
Since 1937 enthusiastic and dedicated Halls Gap locals have been running the Grampians Wildflower Show each spring. 2019 was our 81st show! We created a display of magnificent flowers picked under strict permit, each one identified and labelled so visitors could learn about our magnificent flora. A wide range of complementary displays were also available and we ran guided walks in the Halls Gap Botanic Gardens.
The Grampians Wildflower Show post Covid may look a little different however the Grampians/Gariwerd National Park will continue to put on an amazing display of flowering plants. Once described as the ‘Garden of Victoria’ by the first Victorian Government botanist Ferdinand von Mueller, the Grampians is home to more than one third of the state’s flora, and has the highest number of wildflower species endemic to the region compared to anywhere else in Australia. The region has about 20 species that cannot be found anywhere else.
Check our Grampians Wildflower Show website for the most up to date information on our Grampians Wildflower Show.