The Grampians National Park is located at the end of the Great Ocean Road. The Grampians National Park is about 1,672 square km in size. It has several attractions and activities such as incredible hikes, series of sandstone ridges at a low angle. And it also prides itself as the host of one
of the richest Indigenous sites for rock art in south-eastern Australia.
The locals are well accustomed to its beauty and magnificence but all tourists are always dazed by it. There is myth that claims that one will feel the magic of the native legends and sagas in the land around you.
The best time to visit the Grampians National Park is during winter (June to August) as there won’t be many crowds in the winter and thus you can look around in peace.