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Grampians National Park

Grampians National Park, Glenisla VIC 3314, Australia

Introduction of Grampians National Park

Grampians National Park is located in the interior of central Victoria, about 250km east from Melbourne, the capital of Victoria, and 470km northwest from Adelaide, the capital of South Australia.

The area of Grampians National Park is very large, covering an area of about 1672 square kilometers. Natural waterfalls, rolling mountains, a variety of wild animals, attracted countless people to go. The town of Halls Gap, located at the eastern foot of Grampians National Park, is the main tourist distribution center in the national park. Many tourists choose to live here. Every evening, there will be many small animals, kangaroo, koala, kangaroo, wild deer and so on, which are not afraid of people, and are also a scenic line of Grampians National Park. At the same time, there are many fully equipped camping sites in the national park. If you need to camp in it, please go to the official website to book in advance.

Grampians National Park is famous for its magnificent natural landscape, and there are all kinds of cliffs and wonders in the park, the most famous of which should be Yangtai Rock (The Balconies), a rock like a wild animal with a big mouth. It used to be able to enter the mouth, but now it is impossible to enter for the safety of tourists, but even so, the view of the cliff is still worth seeing.

At the same time, Grampians National Park also has a large number of indigenous Australian relics, is a good place to understand indigenous culture. Most indigenous sites in Victoria are located in this land, and indigenous tribes have been associated with them for more than 22000 years. The evidence of their life here is scattered all over the place, and taking some time to find it will certainly make you a lot of money. The most famous Bunjil's Shelter), is a rock painting by Bangil, the traditional creator of the land, and two Australian wild dogs. Then stroll around the Gaga Majidi shelter to see the frescoes where the Nagamagidi gods danced with white characters.

There are many camping spots with latrines, wild tables and fire spots in Grampians National Park. Drinking water is not provided. Please click on the park's official website for specific locations. Please book in advance during peak hours at


  • There are train / coach buses from Melbourne to Halls Gap (4 hours a day) and need to change trains at Barareth (Ballarat) or Stavi (Stawell).


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