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Explore stunning hiking trails of Grampians National Park

Discover the diverse trails of Grampians National Park, Victoria, offering hikes and walks for all skill levels and interests. Find your perfect adventure today.

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The Fortress Hike (6.5km)

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Mount Thackeray Hike (2.5km)

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The Fortress from Harrops Track (11km)

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The Chimney Pots Walk (3.7km)

Aboriginal Culture & Breathtaking Views near Melbourne

Located just over 230 kilometres west of Melbourne, Victoria, Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park offers a captivating blend of natural beauty, Aboriginal culture, and outdoor adventure. Explore the park’s diverse landscape through a network of world-class walks and hikes, suitable for all fitness levels.

Hike to the summit of Mount William, the park’s highest peak, or discover hidden waterfalls and vibrant wildflower displays (during spring) on shorter walks around Halls Gap and the Wonderland Range. Witness panoramic vistas from the iconic Pinnacle lookout, although this challenging climb is best suited for experienced walkers.

For a multi-day adventure, tackle the Grampians Peaks Trail, Major Mitchell Plateau, or The Fortress and Mount Thackeray overnight hikes.

Gariwerd is a place of deep cultural significance for the Djab Wurrung and Jardwadjali peoples, the Traditional Owners of the land. Explore over 80% of Victoria’s rock art sites along the Grampians Rock Art Trail, or delve deeper into the region’s rich Aboriginal history at Brambuk – The National Park and Cultural Centre.

Beyond hiking, the Grampians offer a range of outdoor activities. Go rock climbing, try your hand at fishing or canoeing, or simply relax and enjoy the fresh air on a scenic stroll. The charming town of Halls Gap, nestled beside the Wonderland Range, provides a convenient base for exploring the park.

Want to find the best trails in Grampians National Park for an adventurous hike or a family trip? Trail Hiking Australia has the top trails for walking, hiking, running and more!