Known as the home of kangaroos and mountain Views, Wartook Valley is a scenic area on the North Western side of the Grampians National Park encompassing the districts of Laharum, Wartook, Roses Gap and Brimpaen. Famed for it's organic olive plantations, native wildflowers, wilderness and wildlife, waterfalls and outdoor activities, there is plenty of choice for things to do.
- Some of our beautiful waterfalls such as McKenzie Falls, Beehive Falls, Fish Falls and other must see regional attractions right here on your doorstep.
- Lake Wartook and the McKenzie Creek, an anglers haven for catching brown trout and red fin. Follow the Grampians Fishing Trail for more information.
- The diverse terrain and tracks of the Grampians National Park in your 4WD vehicle. For some suggested self drive tours have a look at the Grampians North West Region Great Outdoors Recreational Guide,ask your accommodation provider or pop into the Horsham & Grampians Visitor Information Centre, where one of our friendly staff will assist you.
- On horseback, riding through thousands of acres at the foothills of the Grampians National Park. Enjoy the guided tour on a trusty mount with Grampians Horse Riding, with pristine views and quality horses for all levels.
- An abundance of Kangaroos and emus, as well as many other native flora and fauna.
- Magnificent sunrises, sunsets and brilliant night skies. Marvel at the beautiful scenery or star gaze as you enjoy locally produced wine and food with friends around a campfire.
- Some cute and cuddly farm animals at Rosehaven Farms. Enjoy an interactive country experience tour, learn about beekeeping, brush and feed miniature donkeys, alpacas and sheep.
- Award winning organic olives and olive oil. Enjoy a tasting, lunch or take home some goodies from Laharum Olive Grove.
- Aboriginal culture, dating back thousands of years. There are several aboriginal art sites located in the Wartook Valley Region. You will find Gulgurn Manja and Ngamadjidj shelter near Mount Stapylton and Hollow Mountain in the North Grampians and Billimina and Manja Shelter at Buandik on the West side of the National Park. For Aboriginal cultural information, visit Brambuk Aboriginal Centre in Halls Gap, a 30 minute drive from Wartook.
- Your inner sanctum at Kailash, a unique yoga and meditation retreat surrounded by beautiful views and tranquility.
- An array of accommodation to suit all budgets and styles, from camping and caravanning, cabins, B&B's to luxury villas.
- More outdoor activities, from mountain bike riding, to rock climbing, you will find plenty to suit all members of the family.
- A relaxing spot to eat at the Wander Inn. Enjoy a delicious lunch or evening meal sitting in the garden surrounded by birds and beautiful scenery.
Meet Host with the Most Royce and Jeanne Raleigh from Wartook Gardens and why they love the Wartook Valley