Grampians

A dazzling landscape of natural beauty, bountiful wildlife, and sublime food and wine.

Three hours west of Melbourne, the sandstone grandeur of the Grampian Ranges rise dramatically from the sprawling Western Plains in what is one of Victoria’s most arrestingly diverse regions.

A network of breathtaking walking tracks suitable for the novice through to the experienced hiker traverse the rugged mountain range offering stunning views of the surrounding pastoral land. Marvel at cascading waterfalls and visit Aboriginal sites of great significance including accessible ancient rock art. In spring, the region erupts in a dazzling display of wildflowers.

Gourmet travellers will want to take in the beautiful town of Dunkeld at the southern end of the Grampians National Park. Blessed with stunning scenery and spectacular views of Mount Abrupt, it’s also the home of the Royal Mail Hotel, where the culinary excellence of the kitchen along with one of the nation’s finest wine lists, has won it much acclaim. And a visit to the historic vineyard of Seppelt in Great Western affords an opportunity to sample sparkling shiraz, a uniquely Australian wine style for which this winery sets an enviable benchmark.


Grampians Walks, Wildlife, & Wine

A luxury two-day journey to a rugged mountainous outcrop complete with fine food and wine

Great Ocean Road & Grampians (3-Day)

Combine Victoria’s Great Ocean Road and the great sandstone mountains of the Grampians National Park.