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Out and about

Looking east towards Mt Langi Girhan from Mt William

The Grampians National Park is well known for its rugged, mountain scenery, cultural heritage and its many walking tracks. There are numerous points of access into the Park from Jeraboam, the closest is simply to walk from the property itself. Other roads, all accessible by 2WD vehicles, will take you to highlights all over the 168,000 hectare park. Maps are available at the property.

The surrounding area contains the historic goldfields towns of Ararat and Stawell, wineries in the Ararat, Great Western and Pyrenees regions, farmers markets as well as fishing, swimming and boating activities at Lakes Fyans, Lonsdale and Bellfield.

Halls Gap, the gateway to the Grampians is a 30-minute drive away.


Tourist information about the Grampians region is available at:

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