If you’re a rock climber or bushwalker, you’ve likely heard of Victoria’s Grampians. Jutting out of the western Victorian plains, this is a unique landscape of ancient rock formations, incredible view points and first-class hiking trails. From Halls Gap to Dunkeld, Ararat and Mt Arapiles, the Grampians is a region rich in history, full of kangaroos and packed with escapes to suit every adventure style. Spend your days in nature exploring the Grampians National Park before kicking back at acclaimed winery, Seppelt, for sundowners. While at the Brambuk Cultural Centre you can discover more about the land's traditional custodians, the Jardwadjali and Djab Wurrung peoples.