Aboriginal occupation of the Grampians dates back well over 20,000 years and the area contains the majority of surviving Aboriginal rock art sites in south-east Australia, …
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Gulgurn Manja Shelter
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Aboriginal occupation of the Grampians dates back well over 20,000 years and the area contains the majority of surviving Aboriginal rock art sites in south-east Australia, such as this aboriginal art shelter.
Today you can discover this rich heritage through Brambuk – The National Park and Cultural Centre (03) 5361 4000 which is managed by local Indigenous communities.
23 May 2013
Works to build a new pedestrian underpass at Gibson Steps near Port Campbell are set to begin at the end of May. The $500,000 project will provide a safe link for walkers, extending the Great Ocean Walk to the Twelve Apostles Visitor Centre. Parks Victoria Ranger in Charge, Darren Shiell said …