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The quaint township of Pomonal in the Grampians region is a popular tourist destination. Known for its wild flowering plants and famous nature walks, this serene township is truly a haven which sits towards the eastern border of the Grampians National Park.

Whilst boasting an array of wild flower nurseries and picturesque gardens, the township of Pomonal welcomes visitors to indulge in a serene setting next to the majestic Grampians.

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With many natural attractions including the famous wild flower displays and shows, the town of Pomonal draws many visitor every year.

It was during the early 1800’s when this picturesque town in Victoria had its first European settlement. Later, a number of European farmers and squatters headed to Pomonal to settle and grow their businesses. Primarily, they invested on agricultural business of apple and tobacco crops. Eventually, the town flourished as a thriving community with rapid expansion in its economy.

Today, Pomonal is a popular residential community with about 300 residents. Lying towards the eastern slope of the renowned Grampians National Park, Pomonal boasts an inviting atmosphere perfect for a family day out. Whether you are looking for a romantic outing or a fun-filled family vacation, the township of Pomonal is a great choice for you.

Guests looking for accommodation should check out any of the local B&B’s or guest houses. Motels and holiday cabins are also an economic option. If you are looking for something with a few more amenities, then try one of the many holiday cottages scattered around the Grampians region.

Whilst in Pomonal, go on a scenic tour where you can visit the historic tunnels in this town. Built in 1870, the historic water tunnels of Pomonal are one of the must-see attractions in this township. Also, enjoy taking the famous Pomonal Tunnel walking track to explore the area’s popular scenic attractions.

Visitors should also ensure they visit the wild flower nurseries located within the city. Visitors can also take a day trip to the nearby Halls Gap Zoo to see the various Australian wildlife.

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