Logotop Horsham
Logotop Horsham


Horsham  the capital of the Wimmera is a lively city, with an excellent opportunity for shopping, dining and entertainment. The city offers a number of accommodation options along with a very robust business sector.

Host with the Most  - Friends and Relatives

When visiting Friends and Relatives -  it’s a perfect opportunity to discover some of our long-held secrets. Horsham offers visitors a number of attractions that are only a short drive away, or simply explore what Horsham has to offer, by visiting Horsham Regional Art Gallery, Heritage Art Trail, undertake some amazing retail shopping or why not experience the Wimmera River walking tracks that takes you back to nature.

Hear what our Host with the Most have to say about their backyard.

Horsham - Nicole Goldson

Natimuk- Bill Lovel

Wartook Valley - Royce & Jeanne Raleigh

Simply plan your trip and visit the Grampians Region, there is so much to discover in our part of the world.


Find out more about the Horsham Region and click onto "Things to Do" heading above and download the Regional Visitor Guide.

Horsham is a handy base to explore the region's and only a short drive to nearby natural attractions.

Green Lake, on the Western Highway, is the gateway to the region providing a fantastic location for family recreational activity.

The beautiful Grampians National Park and the Wartook Valley region are only 30 minutes south-east of Horsham. West of Horsham you will find Natimuk, a picturesque town with historic buildings situated only a short drive from Mount Arapiles, one of the top rock climbing areas in Australia. It is also a great location for bushwalking and camping.

Horsham and Natimuk are renowned for their dynamic arts communities, ensuring there is always something exciting happening.

You will find arts festivals, musical performances, a superb art gallery, excellent theatre along with major sporting events and family-friendly activities.

The wider region offers scenic bushland, mountains, lakes and waterways. Wartook Valley, in the Grampians, and the Black Range State Park are a picturesque short drive away. Both are well worth seeing for wildlife, wildflowers, dramatic scenery and wind swept caverns.

(Some images courtesy of OHO Media)


Base yourself in Horsham and explore the natural beauty of the region