Whether you’re up for a family picnic, a gentle walk, or an overnight trek, the Grampians National Park has something for everyone in its 150-plus kilometres of scenic trails. Popular sights within the park include the breathtaking MacKenzie Falls – a steep climb but well worth it once you’re there – the Balconies and Baroka Lookout for their spectacular views, and Billimena Shelter for the ancient Aboriginal rock art. In the afternoons, the chances of spotting some of the local fauna increases, while spring brings with it a spectacular array of wildflowers. So stock up on supplies, strap on your hiking boots, and explore the pure, rugged wilderness of the Grampians for a real taste of Victoria’s outback.