Wartook Valley, Victoria

Known as the home of kangaroos and mountain Views, Wartook Valley is a scenic area on the North Western side of the Grampians National Park encompassing the districts of Laharum, Wartook, Roses Gap and Brimpaen. Famed for it's organic olive plantations, native wildflowers, wilderness and wildlife, waterfalls and outdoor activities, there is plenty of choice for things to do.

Some of our beautiful waterfalls such as McKenzie Falls, Beehive Falls, Fish Falls and other must see regional attractions right here on your doorstep.
Lake Wartook and the McKenzie Creek, an anglers haven for catching brown trout and red fin. Follow the Grampians Fishing Trail for more information.
The diverse terrain and tracks of the Grampians National Park in your 4WD vehicle. For some suggested self drive tours have a look at the Grampians North West Region Great Outdoors Recreational Guide,ask your accommodation provider or pop into the Horsham & Grampians Visitor Information Centre, where one of our friendly staff will assist you.
On horseback, riding through thousands of acres at the foothills of the Grampians National Park. Enjoy the guided tour on a trusty mount with Grampians Horse Riding, with pristine views and quality horses for all levels.

Horsham & Grampians Visitor Information Centre (Town Hall)
71 Pynsent Street, Horsham Victoria

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