The Grampians is a rugged area popular with rock climbers and hikers. There is a multitude of hiking trails leading to various mountains, lakes, canyons and rock formations.
This is a great spot for seeing native wildlife in their natural habitat. Kangaroos and koalas are plentiful and the park is covered with colourful wildflowers between August and November.
The Grampians National Park is known as Gariwerd to the local Aboriginal people and is a place of great cultural significance with more than 100 documented rock art sites. Halls Gap is a small town near the Wonderland Range area of the park, which is a popular base for visitors to the Grampians.