Make Brambuk – The National Park and Cultural Centre in Halls Gap your first stop on any visit to the Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park.
Since opening in 1990, Brambuk provides an opportunity for visitors to connect and learn about what Gariwerd means to the Jadawadjali and Djab Wurrung people, as well as learning about all the exciting opportunities for activities and adventure in this important heritage-listed landscape. Here you can learn about Gariwerd’s key cultural sites, unique plants, animals and landscape features that make this one of Victoria’s most visited National Parks.
The award-winning Cultural Centre building is currently closed for building upgrades, refreshment of activity spaces and the development of new environmental and cultural programs. These works are ongoing between 2021 and 2024, however the Brambuk Information Centre (entry building) remains open for park information, café, souvenirs, map sales and interpretive displays. A series of self-guided walks through a wetland and native gardens links the entry building and the Cultural Centre and provides a glimpse of the native plants and animals of Gariwerd.
Brambuk is wheelchair accessible with disabled toilets – Trailrider all-terrain wheelchair and Sherpa Volunteers are now available for park visitors.
Keep an eye on the Parks Victoria website for a list of scheduled holiday activities and new cultural experiences.
ActivitiesBirdwatching Camping Hiking Walks
Disabled AssistanceCaters for challenges with learning and communication Caters for limited mobility Wheelchair access