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Wartook Valley

Wartook Valley offers magnificent sunrises, sunsets and brilliant night skies. Offering Grampians views, there is a wealth of wonderful walks and four wheel drive tracks to experience as well as abundant wilderness, wildflowers, waterfalls, wildlife and rock formations.

Famed for its magnificent mountain views, abundant kangaroos, emus and other wildlife, Wartook Valley offers peace and tranquillity and adventure activities all in close proximity to the National Park's attractions.

Grampians Olive Co

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

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

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 Wander Inn

Nestled in the beautiful Wartook Valley on the sunny side of the Grampians National Park, the Wander Inn provides a relaxing break from the everyday.

The Wartook Valley region, which is just a short drive from Halls Gap, offers a range of attractions and facilities for your relaxation and enjoyment making it an ideal base to explore the western side, a picturesque major gateway into the Grampians National Park.

Wartook Valley offers year round horse riding, rock climbing, fishing, mountain biking, quad bike tours and wildlife watching.

Dadswell's Bridge is located along the Western Highway with the majestic Grampians mountain range as a backdrop, and is famed for the Giant Koala. The tourist precinct consists of three seperate businesses. The Giant Koala, cafe and take-away business also offers information on the area. Next door is the delicious Indian cuisine at Namaskaar.

The Wartook Valley provides a wide range of accommodation to suit all budgets and styles from camping and caravanning, cabins, backpacking, B&B's, self catering and luxury villas.

The Wartook Valley allows individuals, couples and families an opportunity to revitalise, enjoy and experience the Grampians.

For many thousands of years Aboriginal people have lived in the Grampians. Concealed in the mountains of Wartook Valley are several Aboriginal art sites open and accessible to the public.

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