See why adventurers have been coming to the Grampians since the mid-19th century, and sign up for your own outdoor adventure. Choose from hiking and rock-climbing, kayaking and canoeing, cycling and four-wheel driving, or get out for a round of golf.
The Grampians by foot
Traverse the Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park on a relaxing walk, stopping at scenic lookouts and spotting native animals, or on a challenging hike along rocky escarpments, to ancient rock art sites and remote campsites. For a walk to remember, take the path up through the Grampians' Grand Canyon to the sweeping views and unique rock formations of The Pinnacle. The Balconies, a short walk from Reed Lookout, is another great option. Avid adventurers will love the Grampians Peaks Trail, a multi-day hike taking in The Pinnacle and Mount Rosea.
On the golfing green
Swing into action at Horsham Golf Club, one of the best public courses in Victoria with an undulating course on a natural sandbelt. Test yourself at creekside Stawell Golf Club's natural bush setting. Discover excellent Santa Ana Couch fairways and manicured greens at Chalambar Golf Club near Ararat, and avoid the bunkers and pines at Hamilton Golf Club. Share the course with wildlife at Grampians Golf Club at the base of Mount Abrupt, a short drive from Dunkeld, and below the mountain at Mount Difficult Golf Course, Halls Gap.