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Free WiFi

Free Parking

Family Rooms

Barbeque

Non-smoking Rooms

Outdoor Swimming Pool

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McKenzie Falls

Tourist Tips Grampians - McKenzie Falls Mckenzie Falls - Lookout Walk Distance: 1.9Km return Elevation change:18m Start Point: Mckenzie Falls Carpark A short flat walk from our Grampians Park Accommodation gives you spectacular views down over the Mackenzie Falls which is one of largest waterfalls in Victoria. It's water comes from the elevated Lake Wartook which provides a regulated year round flow of water. Mckenzie Falls - Walk to Base Distance: 2Km return Elevation chang

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The Balconies

Tourist Tips Grampians - The Balconies Distance: 2Km return Elevation change:50m Start Point: Reeds Lookout Carpark The Balconies is one of the iconic and most photographed features in the Grampians National Park. Reeds lookout itself provides stunning views across the Victoria Valley and has extensive mountain views looking to the West. The path to the Balconies is made of gravel and has only a gentle gradient and is therefore suitable for use with a stroller and possibly for some whee

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Hollow Mountain

Tourist Tips Grampians - Hollow Mountain Distance: 2.2Km return Elevation change:158m Start Point: Hollow Mountain Carpark This walk is cool! A steep rock scramble suitable for the more adventurous family. A reasonable head for heights and stout footware are required. Children need to be well supervised. Not suitable for carrying children in backpacks. You literally need to use your hands as you clamber over some of these boulders. At the top of the rock scramble (where there is a

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SILVERBAND FALLS

Tourist Tips Grampians - Silverband Falls Distance: 1.5Km return Elevation change:15m Start Point: Silverband Falls Carpark The walk to Silverband Falls follows Diary Creek upstream from the Silverband Falls Carpark. This is an area which was ravaged by the extreme rainfall experienced in January 2011. En route you will see that the original bridge has been washed downstream. You may need to take care crossing over the replacement stone crossing if the water level has risen. Otherwise t

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