The Grampians is a significant region to the west of Melbourne stretching from Ararat all the way to the Victorian border with South Australia. The region is littered with National Parks with some of the best walking tracks in the Bottom End.
You can enjoy the regional food and wine festivals, many of which are accompanied with music. The Grampians wine region dates back 150 years and are open to the public.
The Grampians National Park is the region's largest, and was added on the Australian National Heritage List in 2006 for its outstanding natural beauty and being on the richest indigenous rock art sites in south-eastern Australia.