Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Brambuk Cultural Centre has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Within the picturesque oasis of the Grampians, you will find the quaint area of Brambuk, right next to Halls Gap. If you are looking for a place with bountiful native flora and fauna, then visit Brambuk in the Grampians.
Also, Aboriginal rock sites boasting ancient rock arts are widely found in this area, so those with an interest in learning more about the culture of Aborigines should take a visit to the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre.
Brambuk Cultural Centre & Grampians Visitor Centre Entry Fee, Halls Gap
Whilst visiting the centre, you will learn about local stories of Aboriginal people which are depicted through the many exhibits. Also, enjoy watching shows and seeing the artefacts and exhibits on display at the various museums and galleries in Brambuk.
Whether you’re interested in didgeridoo music, cultural programs or traditional Aboriginal dance, the Brambuk Cultural Centre offers everything for you to have a memorable experience.
Guest accommodation in this area includes a range of budget to more expensive units. Brambuk also offers a great range of quality backpacker accommodation for those looking for maximum value. Many of the more expensive lodging units offer an exclusive view of the ranges and the lush green forest from their windows. In addition, the wide array of guest amenities and services offered makes the extra money well spent.
If you wish to camp in the Grampians, there are also a number of options where campers can enjoy the picturesque landscape right outside their door.