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explore nature from
GET CLOSE TO NATURE:
The ever-changing seasons and
colours of the Grampians cre-
ate a variety of cultural experi-
ences. The southern end of the
park has various bushwalks.
Climb to the top of mountains
and gaze across sweeping
views. Dozens of walking tracks
also meander around the base
of the mountain.
EXPLORATION: The Bram-
buk Cultural Centre at Halls
Gap is the perfect place to start
for visitors exploring the Gram-
pians. The centre offers a va-
riety of information, as well as
a cafe and gift shop. Brambuk
also offers tours showcasing
the area's Aboriginal heritage.
The restaurant's special, nature-
based cuisine focuses on modern
culinary techniques using the
highest-quality organic and heir-
Its menus follow the seasons and
are designed around the vegetables,
fruit and herbs that are collected
daily from the restaurant's kitchen
The restaurant is also home to the
award-winning Royal Mail Cellar,
which comprises one of the most
comprehensive and varied collec-
tions of domestic and imported
wines in Australia.
VISITORS should then venture
further into the Grampians and on
to Halls Gap. The ever-changing
seasons and colours throughout the
Grampians give rise to an endless
variety of natural experiences.
The southern end of the
Grampians has bushwalks for all
ages. Climb to the top of mountains
and gaze across the sweeping views
of the plains, while admiring the
grandeur of being at the southern tip
of such a special place.
Dozens of walking tracks meander
around the base of the mountains,
through secluded bush settings,
scrubland, rugged outcrops, creeks
The picturesque town in the Fyans
Valley, at the foot of the Wonderland
and Mount William ranges, is the
perfect place from which to explore
the Grampians National Park.
The park offers more than 160
kilometres of walking tracks.
Some are relatively easy and are
a fantastic way to get a view of the
Others require a bit more determi-
nation, time and leg power but are
well worth the effort.
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