Brambuk - The National Park & Cultural Centre
A multi-award-winner for Indigenous tourism, Brambuk sits among 90 per cent of the rock-art sites in Grampians National Park. The experience here starts at the stunning cultural museum, shaped both to imitate the Grampians mountains and the cockatoo totem. During school holidays there are a range of experiences on offer, including boomerang throwing and a bush foods walk. All yearround you can take either a half-day or full-day tour to see ancient rock art, including the central creation figure Baiame, and learn some of the significant stories and ancient practices of the area. A cafe offers variations on a range of bush tucker with some dishes using emu, crocodile or kangaroo meat.
277 Grampians Tourist Rd, Halls Gap, (03) 5361 4000; www.brambuk.com.au
- Indigenous tours, Grampians National Park, Eco-friendly activity