Late last year we spent a beautiful weekend at Grampians National Park. The Grampians are located in between Melbourne and Adelaide, and are slightly closer to Adelaide. It is one of the younger national parks in Australia, only being proclaimed a national park in 1984. But it is also one of the most beautiful and culturally rich parks. The Grampians were listed as an Australian Natural Heritage site in 2006 due to being one of the richest indigenous rock art sites in south-eastern Australia.
The Grampians is known for it’s stunning mountain ranges, great hikes, and incredible vistas. Check out the video below for an example of one of those vistas. And stay tuned for our full Grampians guide coming soon!