The Grampians National Park: Victoria’s favourite hiking spot flourishes

The Pinnacle at the Grampians

Thanks to a variety of microclimates and varying topography, there’s a wealth of biodiversity in the Grampians, with the area being home to more than 900 native plant species, some of which are found nowhere else in the world. While the highly photogenic wildflowers draw in tourists during spring, there’s also fern gullies, heath woodland, mountain forest and sub-alpine terrain, all supporting a variety of mammal, reptile, amphibian and insect species.

While on the trail, a hiker from Amsterdam reminds our group of how strange Australian wildlife sounds…

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