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Mt Stapylton

Mt Stapylton is a popular walking and hiking trail for those visiting the Grampians. Located on the north-west edges of the Grampians National Park, the hike...

Grampians Mountains

The Grampians Mountains are the most-admired tourist spots in the region. With both adventurous and family friendly activity options, the Grampians offer a perfect opportunity for visitors to get out and about in nature and have an enjoyable holiday.

The highest peak in the Grampians is Mt. William. With over a height of 1,168 metres, Mount William is known for having one of the best viewing platforms that offers breathtaking views of the entire mountain ranges and its surroundings.

Grampians Mountain Ranges, Highest Peaks & Hiking Map, Victoria


The Grampians Mountains include a number of peaks and rock formations made up of sandstone. The Grampians mountains were formed over many thousands of years and now consist of some of the most beautiful natural forested areas in Victoria.

The most popular activity for visitors to the Grampians region is to take a hike to the top of some of the most well known mountains and arrive at the many peaks and lookouts. This way, hikers get the best panoramic views of the Grampians region.

For those interested in taking a nature walk, check out the Boroka Lookout and the Pinnacle, both easy walks to some of the best viewing spots in the Grampians.

If you are a little more adventurous, then book a rock climbing tour where you can scale the rock faces of the Grampians’ highest peaks. Mount Arapiles is one of the most popular rock climbing sites in Victoria as it offers 2000 different climbs on its many cliffs and pinnacles.

The Grampians National Park is the place to be in the warmer months as the park contains more than 500 species of rare and endangered Australian plants. In addition to the floral attractions, you can also find a variety of birds and animal species. There are more than 100 bird species in this region, including many native birds such as gibert whistler, southern scrub sobin and rainbow-bee eater.

The Grampians is truly a must-see natures destination as it has so many things to see and do.


Mt Stapylton

Laharum, VIC

Mt Stapylton is a popular walking and hiking trail for those visiting the Grampians. Located on the north-west edges of the Grampians National Park, the hike covers a 4 kilometre distance (return) and is considered...

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Pinnacle

Pinnacle

Halls Gap, VIC

With a number of lookouts and bushwalking trails, the Grampians offers visitors an amazing haven to enjoy their vacation. The Grampians house a number of scenic lookouts including the Pinnacle lookout. Visitors with an...

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Mount Zero

Mount Zero

Laharum, VIC

Located close to the quaint township of Horsham, the picturesque Mount Zero is a peak perfect for hikers, mountain climbers and day trippers. With a height of 573 feet above sea level, Mount Zero is a challenging rock...

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Mount William

Mount William

Pomonal, VIC

The the Grampians is made up of a number of scenic areas including a number of picturesque hill ranges and summits. Mount William is a popular summit near the beautiful town of Mafeking. Known for its popular lookouts...

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The Balconies

The Balconies

Halls Gap, VIC

With many unique things to see and experience, the Grampians in western Victoria is a popular tourist destination, perfect for travellers of all age groups. Whether it is outdoor activities, exploratory tours or...

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Mount Arapiles

Mount Arapiles

Arapiles, VIC

For visitors looking for an exciting rock climbing site in Victoria look no further than Mount Arapiles which is located in the Grampians in Victoria. Mount Arapiles is one of the most popular rock climbing sites in...

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Chimney Pots

Grampians, VIC

The Chimney Pots is a challenging hiking track located in Grampians National Park which is best known for its spectacular views and great scenery. The track to the summit only covers 3.7kms, but the track is considered...

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Boronia Peak

Halls Gap, VIC

With numerous cliffs, peaks and lookouts, the majestic Grampians Ranges is truly a paradise for rock climbers. Whether or not you love adventurous activities, at the Grampians you will certainly want to do something...

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Mount Buangor State Park

Mount Buangor State Park

Bayindeen, VIC

For outdoor enthusiasts looking for an excellent camping site in Victoria that offers great walking tracks and sightseeing opportunities, then look no further than Mount Buangor State Park. Mount Buangor State Park...

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Chatauqua Peak

Halls Gap, VIC

Chatauqua Peak is one of the most popular locations to visit in the Grampians, due to its beautiful panoramic views and its close proximity to Halls Gap. Chatauqua Peak is located in the Grampians National Park with the...

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Hollow Mountain

Hollow Mountain

Laharum, VIC

The magnificent region of the Grampians is arguably the best hiking and rock climbing destination in the entire state of Victoria. With many sightseeing spots and natural attractions, the Grampians welcomes visitors to...

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Boroka

Boroka

Halls Gap, VIC

For those seeking for the best panoramic views of the Grampians should make sure to visit the Boroka Lookout in the Grampians National Park. The lookout offers some of the most spectacular views of the landscape during...

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Mt Sturgeon

Mount Sturgeon

Dunkeld, VIC

Mount Sturgeon in the Grampians is a popular hillside destination. The region boasts a renowned estate, managed by the internationally famous Royal Mail Hotel. Visitors travelling to Mount Sturgeon can tour the entire...

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Victoria-Range

Victoria Range

Grampians, VIC

Travellers looking for an adventurous holiday destination can choose to visit the many charming townships near the scenic Victoria Range. With numerous activity and sightseeing options for visitors, the Victoria Range...

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Mount Rouse

Penshurst, VIC

Mount Rouse is an extinct volcano that lies in the charming town of Penshurst, just twenty minutes south-east from Hamilton. The mountain rises 100 metres into the air and is an iconic landmark in the region. Mount...

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Mount Napier State Park

Mount Napier, VIC

Mount Napier State Park is home to the iconic Mount Napier, a towering volcanic mountain located 20 kilometres south of Hamilton. Popular for walkers and hikers, Mount Napier State Park is a great place to explore...

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Mount Difficult

Mount Difficult

Wartook, VIC

The Mount Difficult Range in the Grampians is located between the scenic township of Halls Gap and Roses Gap, also housing the popular Wartook Reservoir. Known for its high terrain with unusual rock formations and...

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Mt Thackeray

Grampians National Park, VIC

Mt Thackeray is one of the most spectacular attractions for outdoor lovers keen on discovering the region’s natural gems. Located on the west side of the Grampians National Park, this mountain is a popular hiking spot...

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Mount Abrupt

Mount Abrupt

Dunkeld, VIC

The mountain ranges of the Grampians house a number of small to large mountain ranges, sandstone cliffs, rock pools and summits. Some of the popular mountain ranges include Mount William, Mount Difficult and Mount...

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