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The Grampians National Park is one of Victoria’s most popular holiday destinations. Renowned for its breathtaking rocky views, rich Aboriginal culture, European heritage and stunning spring wildflower displays, there is plenty to see and do in this rugged ancient landscape. Declared in 1984, the 170,000 hectare National park is home to a rich diversity of plants and animals, many of which are endemic to the park. Hosting over 1 million visitors each year, popular activities include bushwalking, camping, picnicking, nature study, rock-climbing, bike riding and fishing. The extensive network of roads makes car touring to surrounding villages another great way to explore. Since the Mt Lubra fire in January 2006 this ancient landscape has revealed many fascinating features in it’s recovery after fire. Now is the ideal time to visit – to witness both the stunning fire regeneration as well as all of the usual attractions the Grampians National Park is renowned for.