Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Black Range State Park has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Aside from the various scenic attractions across the hilly landscape, the Grampians also offers a wide array of state parks and national parks. The Black Range State Park stretches over 11,700 hectares of land and is an outstanding place on the outer edge of the Grampians.
The lush woodland housing several animal and bird species provides an excellent setting for visitors to enjoy scenic tours, bushwalking tips and walking trails.
Black Range State Park Camping, Victoria
The Black Range State Park houses a number of picturesque picnic and camping grounds within the park’s vicinity. Campers and picnickers to this area can come here for an adventurous and enjoyable experience. There are many hiking trails in the Park, with many of them leading to the mountain peaks. In Spring, the Park blooms with a variety of vibrant wildflowers lining the pathways and the lush forested area.
From the top of the Black Range Mountain, you will be able to get the best bird’s eye view of the entire region and its surroundings.
Adventure seekers can take the walking trail across the Muirfoot Track leading to the peak of Mount Byron which sits at 520 metres above sea level. Also, enjoy some delicious home-cooked meals with your family and friends at the nearby picnic areas.