Victoria is home to a number of incredible national parks, each with its own unique attractions and activities. Here are some of our favourites:
Croajingolong National Park
This national park is a playground for thrill-seekers from all over the world, with its white sand beaches, beautiful forests, and towering eucalyptus trees. Enjoy spectacular hikes, mountain biking, fishing in remote locations, and close experiences with natural species.
The Grampians, a stunning mountain range that emerges from farmland in Victoria, is home to a vast assortment of native plants, wildlife, adventure, and Aboriginal history. With so many activities, the Grampians are a popular destination for both tourists and Melbourne residents.
Great Otway National Park
This park stretches from Torquay to Princetown and features craggy coastlines, sandy beaches, rock platforms, and a springtime carpet of wildflowers. Explore the natural surroundings on a mountain bike or horseback, or if you prefer less excitement, choose a peaceful area for a picnic.
Port Campbell National Park
Port Campbell is a must-visit destination on every road trip through Victoria because it is home to the spectacular Twelve Apostles. Explore this National Park by driving along the Great Ocean Road or by taking a short stroll to get up close and personal with the action. Visit Loch Ard Gorge and the Shipwreck Coast while you are in the area.