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Local Attractions

Grampians Horse Riding

We supply proven quality horses to suit all levels, from nervous beginners to intermediate and advanced equestrians.

Most of our rides are private, which means that group sizes are kept small.

Grampians Olive Co

Family owned organic grove producing award winning olive oils of exceptional quality & perfectly balanced flavours.

Gulgurn Manja Shelter

A short up-hill stroll leads to Gulgurn Manja Shelter - meaning ;‘Hands of Young People’.

Signs tell some of the stories and legends of the Jardwadjali people and the mountains they call Gariwerd.

Hollow Mountain

Follow the sign-posted track through a densely vegetated gully to start climbing through a woodland of banksias, grass-trees, native pines and eucalypts.

Lake Wartook

Bordered by many wild flowering plants and with the mountain ranges in the backdrop, Lake Wartook is a popular scenic spot near the Grampians National Park.

Mount Stapylton Wines

The family vineyard is located in Western Victoria, where the Grampians meets the Wimmera.

Their vines are meticulously nurtured, they’re hand-pruned, and grapes are hand-picked to ensure only the best quality fruit makes it to the bot

Mudadgadjin Walk Picnic Area, Aboriginal Caves

The Mudadgadjin Walk is a famous scenic trail within the Black Range State Park. Starting at the Picnic area follow the track to the base of the Artisite.

Rosehaven Farms

Rosehaven Farms is nestled near Mount Zero, at the northern end of The Grampians in Victoria, Australia. They welcome visitors, and make and sell their our own range of natural, handmade products, with beeswax, honey, and alpaca fleece.

The Giant Koala

Dadswells Bridge is regarded as the gateway to the Grampians Ranges and Sam the Giant Koala is the "Guardian of the Grampians".

Zumsteins Historic Area

Zumsteins Picnic Area has disabled access toilets, compacted gravel paths, electric barbecues and picnic shelters. A timber boardwalk is located along the banks of the MacKenzie River to allow visitors to interact with the river.

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