The Northern Grampians offers a natural beauty on a grand scale. Massive rocks and cliffs tower above the farmlands of the Wimmera plains.
Generally much drier than the rest of the Park, the area is rich in flora, Aboriginal and European history. There is much to see beyond the roadsides and much exploration can be done on foot.
Take a short leisurely stroll or something more challenging, and with fewer people, always have the camera ready.
Gulgurn Manja and Ngamadjidj shelters give us a glimpse of some of the early aboriginal culture. Heatherlie Quarry is of great historical significance and there are other examples of early mining activity along Copper Mine Track.
A great area to have a picnic and study the wonderful wildflowers. The warmer climate gives you the best weather and earliest flowers in the National Park.
A great opportunity to investigate the Northern section of the Grampians. You can take a leisurely stroll or a challenging hike to experience the wonderful colours of the Northern area. Take in aboriginal culture and study the wonderful flora. Magnificent views.
Beehive Falls is the main attraction, and this is best after rain. After good rain there are many other smaller falls, like those at Golton Gorge, that one may discover.