The Grampians - Southern Day Walks - Map and Guide
The Grampians National Park (Gariwerd) is located in western Victoria, 260km west of Melbourne and 460km east of Adelaide. For over 22,000 years, Gariwerd has been the traditional land of the Jardwadjali and Wurrung Peoples. Explore the natural beauty and cultural heritage of Gariwerd from its popular hiking trails, majestic waterfalls, dazzling spring wildflower displays, unique wildlife, and awe-inspiring mountain panoramas. Heritage-listed for its national and plant life, significant Aboriginal heritage, and stunning natural beauty, Grampians National Park is one of Australia's most recognisable natural places.
Covering the Southern Part of the Grampians National Park, this informative map and guide from Parks Victoria provide 16 suggested day walks and 2 driving tours covered over two compact maps. Sculptured rugged sandstone peaks of the southern Grampians looming like sentinels provide many walking experiences. Climb to the summits of Mt William, Mt Abrupt or Mt Sturgeon for magnificent views. Often the beauty and mystery lie beyond roads and picnic areas but are easily discovered on foot.
Choose from short strolls, a steep climb to a view for a day, or a long hiking adventure.
- A small overview map covering a day in the Southern Grampians
- A plotted map of the walking tracks of the Southern Grampians
- Details of 16 suggested day walk including distance, time, elevation, grading and starting point
- Two suggested self-driving tours covering key sites to see on the way
- Emergency information
- Overnight hiking information
Publication Date: 01/05/21
Folded size (WxHxD): 100mm x 210mm x 2mm
Flat size (WxH): 580mm x 420mm