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Barbeque
Camping
Long walk / Multi day walk
Medium walk / Day walk
Picnicking
Short walk
Sight-seeing
Camp fires

Camping

There are a variety of scenic areas to camp in the Grampians, directly accessible by car, offering a perfect way to see and experience the natural beauty of the area.…

Overnight hiking

Challenging walks and remote campsites greet overnight hikers in the park. These walks are suitable for fit and energetic walkers, and can involve water crossings, slippery track surfaces, rockhopping and…

Volunteering at the Grampians

Parks Victoria and Conservation Volunteers Australia have paired up to create a variety of practical conservation volunteer opportunities within the Grampians National Park. There are a number of projects planned,…

Walking and waterfalls

This park is famous for its variety of walks, from a leisurely waterfall stroll to a challenging hike revealing grand views from mountain peaks.

Borough Huts Campground

Borough Hut Campground is located in an open area by Fyans Creek (Barri yalug), with 12 basic camp facilities including toilets. Drinking water is not provided, please bring your own.…

Jimmy Creek Campground

Jimmy Creek Campground provides campsites in a tranquil setting near the creek, with basic facilities including toilets. Drinking water is not provided, please bring your own. Some sites may be…

Kalymna Falls Campground

Kalymna Campground is set in a forested area next to a seasonal flowing creek. Basic facilities are provided including pit toilets, shared fireplaces and picnic tables. Drinking water is not…

Boreang Campground

This campsite provides 15 sheltered and open sites, with basic facilities including toilets. Drinking water is not provided, please bring your own. Some sites may be crowded at Easter, on…

First Wannon Remote Campground

First Wannon Hiker Camp is set in a sheltered saddle at the head of the First Wannon Creek The camp has a pit toilet that is serviced infrequently. There are…

Wannon Crossing Campground

Set in a forested area next to the Wannon River, this campground has pit toilets and shared fireplaces and picnic tables. Fires may only be lit in the designated fireplaces…

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