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This award winning centre offers visitors extensive information on the local Aboriginal Culture, history, rock art sites, and the natural environment as well as servicing the needs of visitors to the Grampians National ParkBrowse the displays, take...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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277 Grampians Rd, Halls Gap, Victoria 3381, Australia
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We visited as a group and were impressed with the architecture and the setting. The interior is full of history and stories. We think that a bit more audio/visual display would
Enjoyed the visit during our walk from Halls Gap village to Lakeside...More
We came in for a cuppa and to pay our camp fees.
We did things in reverse to what Parks Victoria would have like us to do - we did a three day hike without filling out a trip intentions form and we stayed in...More
This was our first port of call when we hit town and I was excited to get a picture and feel of the First Nations people that lived in this area.
Unfortunately the first person behind the counter was like a brick wall. The brick...More
Very interesting area, both at the beginning with informative boards on seasons and nature and at the cultural centre. We learnt a lot about local history.
We watched the optional video on the creation mith and on the natural features of the Grampians. Simple but...More
A great centre, lots of Aboriginal history and artifacts on display. Some times we have had a show or a talk, this time we were shown how to throw a boomerang. Always a great couple of hours for the kids and its free (gold coin...More
My 9 years old son enjoyed this cultural centre so much, that we had to go back. He loved painting a boomerang and learning about the aboriginal symbols.
In the late afternoon kangaroos visit the centre.
It is run by friendly volunteers.
Very informative for...More