The Northern Grampians Shire is located to the north-east of the Grampians and about 230kms north-west of Melbourne. Its economy is based on agriculture, gold mining, tourism, wine production and manufacturing. Stawell, the main centre, is home to brick, textiles and meat production, while the Grampians area is a popular holiday destination.
The Shire's abundant natural, cultural and historic features have supported the continued development of thriving, resilient communities, ideally positioned to facilitate further economic growth and expansion.
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Located in the beautiful Grampians region of Victoria, with regional, interstate rail and road links, the Shire covers almost 6,000 square kilometres and services a population of approximately 12,000 people.