WHAT TO DO
ADD ON ANOTHER DAY OR TWO TO YOUR GRAMPIANS GRAPE ESCAPE AND TAKE TIME TO EXPLORE THE GRAMPIANS’ DIVERSE NATURAL LANDSCAPE AND WILDLIFE
Discover rugged mountains, scenic hiking trails, breathtaking waterfalls and picture-perfect lookouts – ideal for those who want to get the ultimate snapshot or switch off. Wildlife lovers can spot a kangaroo or two, the plumage of some of the most beautiful native birds or visit the largest regional zoo in the state. From olive groves, wineries, breweries, cafes and restaurants, sample mouth-watering fare that will be hard to forget. Take in ancient aboriginal rock art, visit the art galleries, studios and museums or even take a ghost tour! There is so much to see, eat and do in the Grampians region.
PLAN YOUR TRIP
The Grampians is a destination just waiting to be fully discovered. With the beginning of the region only two hours from Melbourne and one hour from Ballarat, and with many scenic views to enjoy, getting to and around the Grampians region is part of the fun.
Travelling from a surrounding town to the festival? Bus bookings will be available soon via Christian’s Bus Co. from Ararat, Dunkeld, Stawell, Horsham, Pomonal, Moyston, Warrnambool, Lake Fyans and Great Western.