Grampians Paradise Peaks is within walking distance of the Township of Halls Gap, Grampians Visitor Tourist Centre, and Bambruk National Park and Cultural Centre. It is only a short drive to the Halls Gap Zoo, Grampians Adventure Golf and the Grampians Horse Riding Centre. For the more active and adventurous, Grampians Paradise Peaks make a great base camp for the many walks that the Grampians region is renown for.

The Pinnacle Lookout (directly above us), Hollow Mountain, Mackenzie Falls, Beehive Falls, Grand Canyon, Mt William Summit, Boronia Peak, and Lake Bellfield to name just a few.

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Pinnacle Lookout

The Pinnacle Lookout – Grampians visitor guide showing a virtual tour of ‘The Pinnacle Lookout’ linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Victoria.

A short walk through World Heritage-listed rainforest before the track reaches Pinnacle lookout. You are bound to be mesmerised by uninterrupted views of the whole park along with spectacular views all the way to the coastline, the crater escarpment and to Wollumbin-Mount Warning.

Mt. William

Mount William is the highest point within the Grampians National Park. Sir Thomas Mitchell reached the summit with a group of explorers in 1836.Three transmission towers are located at the summit of Mount William including an amateur radio repeater. A sealed service road continues to the summit, but is not accessible by vehicle to the general public.Visitors to the mountain can drive to a carpark located approximately 920 metres (3,020 ft) up the mountain, before proceeding on foot for 1.8 kilometres (1.1 mi) to the summit. It will take a person of moderate fitness approximately 45 mins to walk. No permit is required to climb the mountain.

Boronia Peak

Follow the track from the carpark across Fyans Creek footbridge and begin the steady climb though tall Messmate forest and native pines, along the Western slope of the Mt William range.

  • Length: 6.6km return
  • Grade: Medium
  • Start/Finish: Tandara Road Carpark

Beehive Falls

A gently undulating walking track follows Mud Hut Creek upstream to a series of rock steps and on to Beehive Falls (best after rain).

  • Grade: Medium
  • Start: Beehive Falls car park
  • Finish: Beehive Falls car park

Hollow Mountain

Follow the sign posted track through a densely vegetated gully. The track leads you to the base of an iron-stained cliff. It’s a steep and strenuous climb through fallen boulders and along exposed ledge.

  • Grade: Medium
  • Start: Hollow Mountain car park
  • Finish: Hollow Mountain car park

Grand Canyon

Arresting sandstone walls, ever-present waterfalls and abundant native plants line the awesome Grand Canyon track near Blackheath in the Blue Mountains.

  • Ingar Campground
  • Eco Point lookout
  • Red Hand Caves

Mckenzie Falls

The view that awaits you at the end of this steep trail is spectacular. Water cascades over huge cliffs into a deep pool, sending fine sprays of rainbow mist high into the air above a stunning gorge.

  • Grade: Steep
  • Start: MacKenzie Falls car park
  • Finish: Base of MacKenzie Falls

Lake Bellfield

Lake Bellfield is located in the eastern Grampians near Halls Gap and has an inlet from Fyans Creek. Lake Bellfield supplies water to Halls Gap and Pomonal townships and is the main source of supply for the Wimmera Mallee Pipeline system, supported by Taylors Lake. The lake has some boating and fishing activity all year round. Swimming, picnic and viewing areas. Toilets are located at viewing area.A private caravan park is located adjacent to the dam walls.