Known as Gariwerd by the local Indigenous people, the Grampians is a spectacular national park renowned for its stunning natural beauty. Experience what this magnificent region has to offer by jumping on the Grampians Way Touring Route.
Begin your journey right in the heart of the Grampians National Park at Halls Gap. This delightful town is a perfect base and starting point for your adventure. Here, there’s a variety of accommodation on offer, as well as a huge range of activities to suit all ages and interests.
Located on the Western Highway, Dadswell Bridge is home to the famed Giant Koala. One of Australia’s ‘big things’, the Giant Koala Tourist Complex is a popular landmark, especially for children who can enjoy an ice cream and have their picture taken with the main attraction itself.
Very close by is Beehive Falls, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Grampians. Make your way to the base of the falls by taking the walking track and enjoy the surrounding nature, including beautiful wildflowers that bloom in spring. It is no wonder that this is a popular tourist attraction, best experienced after rain, with fern-lined rock pools and a peaceful sense of tranquillity.
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Pictured is Mckenzie Falls, Grampians National Park, Victoria.
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