Grampians National Park Re Opening 26th January 2011

Happy Australia Day

Grampians National Park Reopening on Wednesday 26 January 2011

Park staff have been working hard to open areas of the Grampians and some areas will be open in time for Australia day. Brambuk the National Park and Cultural Centre, and the townships of Wartook, Dunkeld and Halls Gap are all for business.

Visitors are advised to take caution at this time due to variable track conditions. Drivers should take additional caution at this time.

All other areas in the Grampians National Park are still closed due to widespread flood damage throughout the park.

. Open Roads Mt Zero Road (unsealed road from Halls Gap to Mt Zero) is open

. Roads north of Roses Gap Road (seasonal roads are closed, Pohlners Road and Coppermine Track are open but are very wet and do have some storm damage.)

. Open Campgrounds Plantation Campground

. Tapylton Campground

. Troopers Creek Campground (subject to Roses Gap Road being open)

Open Walking Tracks

. Boronia Peak

. Clemiatis Falls

. Fyans Loop (the fireline and walking track from the base of Boronia Peak to Delleys Bridge remains closed)

. Chatauqua Peak (Eastern side of peak, Chatauqua Peak to Bullaces Glen is closed)

. Hollow Mountain

. Mt Zero

. Stapylton Loop

. Flat Rock to Stapylton

. Beehive Falls (subject to Roses Gap Road being open)

. Briggs Bluff (subject to Roses Gap Road being open)

. Mt Sturgeon

. Piccanniny

. Art Shelters Gulgurn Manja

. Ngamadjidj

. Visitor Sites Heatherlie Quarry

. Mt Zero Picnic area

. Summerday Valley climbing area

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