The Grampians region takes its name from the famous Grampians National Park (also known by its aboriginal name of Gariwerd) – a top tourist destination that annually receives around one million visitors. Popular towns in the Grampians include Ararat, Halls Gap, Hamilton, Horsham, Natimuk, St Arnaud and Stawell.

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General Information about the Grampians

The Grampians is a large region in the western part Victoria, which extends to the border with the state of South Australia. The region takes its name from the famous Grampians National Park – the region's top tourist destination that annually receives around one million visitors.

Other places of interest in the Grampians region include:

For more information on where to stay and what to do, see our Grampians directory.

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