Hikes in the Grampians National Park

An area of outstanding natural beauty, the Grampians National Park is a destination for hikers of all ages and abilities.



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Boasting some of the finest hikes in Australia, the Grampians National Park draws both locals and tourists from across the world. With tracks for all abilities, hikers and trail runners alike can enjoy everything from a casual one hour hike to the epic 13-day Grampians Peaks Trail.

Boasting dramatic scenery and an abundance of native wildlife, it's easy to see why so many visitors are drawn to the park every year.


Hollow Mountain Walk

An easy walk up through the bush to the top of Hollow Mountain, with its views over the Mount Stapylton Ampitheatre.

The MacKenzie River Walk

Winding its way along the MacKenzie River, this 8km walk takes in Eucalyptus forest and a number of beautiful waterfalls.

Mount Rosea Track

A challenging out-and-back trail that promises a good climb and spectacular view from the summit of Mount Rosea.

Mount Zero Walk

An easy out-and back walk to the summit of Mount Zero in the Grampians National Park.