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How old is the rocky landscape in the Grampians? Mind-bendingly old. The region's so ancient and majestic, it's really best contemplated over an excellent meal and glass or two of cool-climate shiraz.
Boronia Peak, Mount William, Grampians National Park
See the iconic MacKenzie Falls, one of the largest and most spectacular waterfalls in Victoria, flowing year-round in the Grampians National Park.
Set off for three days hiking the rugged landscape of the Grampians Peaks Trail's first section, camping overnight in exclusive, sustainable camps.
Drive, walk, cycle or climb to the summit of the dramatic landmark that is Mt Arapiles, and take in soaring views of the surrounding Wimmera Plain.
Learn about the flora and fauna of the region and explore Aboriginal culture in the natural oasis of the Grampians/Gariwerd National Park.
Get a taste for the best at one of Australia's oldest continually family owned and operated wineries with a reputation for producing exceptional shiraz.
Indulge in a five- or eight-course chef's tasting menu with sublime wines and views of the Southern Grampians at the Royal Mail's new restaurant.
Try a tipple from one of Australia's most acclaimed producers of shiraz and enjoy spectacular views of Mount Langi Ghiran from the cellar door.
Nestled in the foothills of the Pyrenees wine district, Blue Pyrenees offers a stunning sparkler, Midnight Cuvée, and a piste for pétanque enthusiasts.
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Discover evidence of the Grampians' ancient past: oven mounds, toolmaking materials and rock art.
Explore the Grampians region's natural beauty on foot with a stroll or a multi-day adventure.
Reap what generations of agricultural pioneers have sown as you make your way through the Grampians.
See kangaroos, emus, echidnas, platypuses and myriad bird species in their natural habitats.
Set off down sandstone ridges or between unusual rocks to behold the awe-inspiring Grampians region.
Swipe your finger along dusty barrels and get a feel for the history of the Grampians wine region.
Set yourself up trackside and celebrate a horse racing win with a glass of cool-climate wine in Avoca, nestled in the base of the Pyrenees Ranges.
Get right to the heart of the Grampians at Halls Gap and spend days exploring the nearby wonders and evenings tucked in front of a cosy fire.
Be inspired by fine art, fine flora, and the stunning twin peaks of mounts Sturgeon and Abrupt in Dunkeld, gateway to the southern Grampians.
Do your best to avoid being designated driver as you guzzle your way through Great Western's wineries and go deep into the underground cellars.
Stay four, pay two when staying midweek in a cabin at Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park during winter.
Extend your weekend at Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park with Sunday night free when you book Friday and Saturday night in a cabin.
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