Grampians & The Pyrenees Attractions

The diverse landscape, rocky ridges and rugged escarpments make areas around Halls Gap some of the best cycling and mountain biking trails the Grampians region has on offer. Take a day to jump on your...
Discover the iconic rugged ranges and outdoor splendor of the region with a trip to Grampians National Park, home to spectacular views, rocky ridges and a wealth of Aboriginal art sites. Home to kanga...
Believed to be one of only three sites in the world where lava blisters exist, the rocky clusters situated on Byaduk's Old Crusher Road are a must see, up to 10 metres high and 20 metres in diametre. ...
A delicate balance of natural forces is the phenomenal highlight of Little Desert National Park, where a traditionally arid landscape is home to a number of unique flora and fauna species. For a dry, ...
The Gum San Chinese Heritage Centre tells the story of Chinese miners and their arduous journey from Southern China to the Victorian goldfields. Offering history, culture and education, Gum San brings...
One of Ararat's premier tourist destinations, the J Ward Museum Complex tells stories of goldfield early history, through to criminals and the criminally insane. Starting out as a goldfields prison in...
Holding international recognition for one of Australia's most prominent wine regions, the Grampians-Pyrenees holds its rich reds and smart sparklings in high regard, so why not discover what makes the...
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 Victo...
Dare you enter one of Australia’s most haunted buildings? Aradale Ghost Tours take evening excursions into the eerie Aradale, Australia’s largest abandoned lunatic asylum. After opening in 1867, Ara...
The Pyrenees Ranges provides a dramatic scenic backdrop to the area & its vineyards. Our website provides extensive information about the Pyrenees Region & Pyrenees Wineries including News, Events, Fe...
Once the hideout of infamous bushranger Captain Melville, but is today a peaceful picnic area.
In the Black Ranges, contains Aboriginal cave paintings in ochre.
Noted for its gigantic size.
Australia's first and only Bible Museum! Free admission and guided tour. The collection include over 1100 Bibles and scrolls, some over 400 years old, as well as interesting models and artifacts, musi...
With the landscape dominated by the spectacular Grampians mountain range, ancient volcanoes, tranquil rivers and waterfalls and undulating pastoral land dotted with majestic red gums, the Southern Gra...
The lake is open to fishing and sailing, but power boating is prohibited. Swimming is not advised, due to cold, deep water. Camping and caravanning is permitted downstream of the embankment.
10km southeast on the Western Hwy, and nearby Pine Lake, 24km southeast, have picnic and barbecue facilities.
houses a wide variety of collections including water-colours and etchings by Paul Sandby (1725-1809) "The Father of English Water-colour Painting".
A unique sheltered workshop with almost 1,000 fine-wool sheep living under cover to produce a superb fibre.