|Black Range State Park||National parks||33km|
The park is rich in flora and fauna. Animals and visitors coexist peacefully and kangaroos are almost everywhere. The Grampians National Park was founded in 1984 and occupies an area of 1672 km2. The impressive rocks are a popular and frequently visited by climbers. The Grand Canyon can not compare to the one in America - yet there are up to 50m high cliffs, truly challenging.
Grampians National Park is proud of its interesting cultural and information center. Its building looks like a cockatoo with stretched wings. The main tasks of the center are educational activities connected with the natural and cultural heritage. The aborigines considered this place as sacred and precious. Some of them do well at work for the park and participate in preserving their cultural heritage. According to the aborigines, the park is the place where their gods and the creator live. The natural beauties as well as the unique rock paintings made by aboriginals are the reason why the Grampians National Park has been included to national cultural monuments.