Visitor Information Centres
Halls Gap VIC
The Halls Gap Visitor Information Centre is nestled in the heart of the majestic Grampians National Park. We offer a wide range of services including expert advice on the National Park, accommodation and activities plus we sell a selection of walking and driving maps.
The rugged, awe-inspiring ranges of the Grampians have attracted bushwalkers and adventure seekers since the turn of last century. Colourful spring wildflowers, many species of birds and a variety of fauna including kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas and possums are all part of this unique landscape. The Grampians is also home to 80% of Victoria's Aboriginal art sites and boasts one of Victoria's largest waterfalls - MacKenzie Falls.
Whether you prefer staying in luxury 5-star accommodation or camping in the National Park, the Grampians offers something for everyone with more than 160 kilometres of walking tracks ranging from short easy strolls to challenging overnight expeditions.
For all your accommodation and activity needs, please visit our website or give us a call.
Address: 117 Grampians Road Halls Gap, VIC 3381 view map
Phone: 03 5361 4444, or 1800 065 599
The Stawell Visitor Information Centre is located at the Pleasant Creek Historical Precinct (Western Highway) Stawell. Stawell is just 20 minutes from the Grampians National Park and is renowned for the world's richest footrace, the Stawell Gift, held every year at Easter. The visitor centre provides visitors to the region with up to date, relevant information on attractions and sights. Attractions of interest in Stawell include the Ironbark Forest, Stawell Gift Hall of Fame, Central Park, Big Hill Lookout, several small art galleries and the sports and aquatic centre. Not to be missed is the Stawell Cultural Heritage Trail. To find out about all these attractions and more contact us.
The Stawell Visitor Information Centre is currently open Thursday + Friday 9am to 5pm.
Phone: 1800 065 599
Address: 48 Longfield Street Stawell, VIC 3380
St Arnaud VIC
The St Arnaud Visitor Information Centre is conveniently located in the heart of the historic township. Settled in 1855, St Arnaud was known as New Bendigo - an apt description as the elaborate cast iron verandahs on many fine old buildings are certainly worthy of that city.
Call in and see our friendly volunteers and staff for a self-guided walking tour which will take you through noted heritage buildings in Napier Street, to the Civic Heritage Precinct, or visit the lovely Queen Mary Gardens, designed by the renowned Edna Walling.
A visit to the St Arnaud Range National Park and Kara Kara State Park is a must for the nature lover or try your luck gold prospecting in the region.
Address: 4 Napier Street, St Arnaud VIC 3478 view map
Phone: 03 5495 1268, or 1800 014 455
Fax: 03 5495 2059