About Brambuk National Park and Cultural Centre

Dedicated to the preservation of the indigenous way of life, Brambuk Cultural Centre showcases the history and culture of the Jardwadjali and Djab Wurrung Aboriginal communities of south-western Victoria. Multi award winning multimedia presentations, boomerang throwing, bush tucker walks and didgeridoo workshops are all part of the Brambuk experience, where visitors will learn the techniques, beliefs and practices of the Aboriginal people. To experience bush tucker, head to the centre's Bushfoods Cafe where meals such as kangaroo, crocodile or emu will cater to the adventurous diner. Famous for its rugged mountains, spectacular waterfalls, wildflowers, wildlife and Aboriginal rock art sites - this Park is unique among Australia’s national parks.

Location & Map

277 Grampians Road, Halls Gap 3381 VIC - See Map

Features & Facilities

   

Opening Hours

Mon  9:00:AM - 5:00:PM
Tue  9:00:AM - 5:00:PM
Wed  9:00:AM - 5:00:PM
Thu  9:00:AM - 5:00:PM
Fri  9:00:AM - 5:00:PM
Sat  9:00:AM - 5:00:PM
Sun  9:00:AM - 5:00:PM

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