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From the summit of Mount William, the soaring ranges of the Grampians seem to roll into the distance like an endless series of breaking waves.

Spanning close to two hundred thousand hectares the region is accessible by foot, car or canoe.

Exploring the Grampians National Park

Marked trails lead through plains of riotously coloured wildflowers to Aboriginal rock art sites or the magnificent MacKenzie Falls.

The Wonderland Loop Walk, although a little strenuous in places, takes you through the Silent Street Ravine to a string of rock formations and along a curving sandstone rock face called ‘The Elephant’s Hide’, with plenty of natural rock pools for a refreshing dip along the way.

Our favourite trail is to Mount Wudjub-Guyan where the massive sandstone outcrops and eucalypt-covered slopes offer uplifting views. There is also a beautiful and tranquil walk through tall forests to Silverband Falls. With its natural beauty and indigenous wildlife, the Grampians are simply outstanding.

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Suggested itinerary featuring the Grampians National Park

This sample itinerary will give you an idea of what is possible when you travel in the Grampians National Park, and showcases routes we know work particularly well. Treat this as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely by one of our specialists.

Map of the Grampians National Park

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    Accommodation choices for the Grampians National Park

    We've selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit the Grampians National Park. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.