Grampians Victoria – Self Guided

Hidden in the Western District of Victoria is the magical and remote landscape of the Grampians National Park. The park boasts a rich diversity with almost one thousand native plant species (representing one-third of the State total!). But most strikingly, it showcases the magnificent sandstone ranges that were created over 400 million years ago. As such the Park is notable for being the most important botanical reserve in Victoria, exhibiting a rich and colorful wildflower display in Spring.

On this self-guided walking tour of the Grampians, you can enjoy flexibility and freedom as you go at your own pace. We provide easy-to-follow walking notes, GPS tracking, photos at track junctions, and points of interest en-route. Extra information about the natural environment and history is also included.

Benefits of a Self Guided Walking Tour

  • Carry as little as your water, camera, and lunch.
  • Pre-departure online meeting with one of our experienced guides.
  • Tailor-made guided tour notes, accessible via an app on your phone.
  • Hassle-free private transfers to the trail.

As well as having the walking app on your phone, you will be given the information on the google map platform as well as a good, old-fashioned paper copy of each day’s track notes.

Along the way, you’ll enjoy wonderful meals featuring high-quality Victorian local produce. You’ll dine at the in-house restaurant at Meringa Springs you will dine. While at Dunkeld enjoy casual dining at the Parker Street Project Restaurant. So what are you waiting for? Your adventure awaits!

Difficulty: This is a self-guided tour. To navigate some rocky terrain and steep ascents/descents, you will require a moderate-high level of fitness. For more general information on what to expect visit our Adventure Travel FAQ.

Did you know? This region is home to the largest number of significant and ancient Aboriginal rock art paintings and shelters in southern Australia. 

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