Grampians All-Abilities Trail Guide

Grampians National Park is a diverse landscape famed for its environmental biodiversity, rich Aboriginal cultural heritage and recreational opportunities. The park attracts visitors from all over Australia and the world, with a strong reputation for excellent bushwalking, waterfalls, spectacular lookouts, Aboriginal rock shelters and mountain peaks.

This guide contains a selection of 25 walking tracks in and around Grampians National Park that can be accessed by people with limited mobility. These tracks have been chosen to offer a wide range of experiences and challenges – everything from flat and easy short walks, to steep, adventurous and sometimes ambitious ascents. Each track has been scrutinised for its suitability, with the key objective to provide an accurate information resource for TrailRiders (all-terrain wheelchairs), conventional wheelchairs and children’s strollers.

In the spirit of Healthy Parks Healthy People, Parks Victoria hopes this guide will give people with limited mobility the confidence to access areas of the Grampians that were previously thought of as inaccessible.


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