A mere three hours from Melbourne, the Grampians is a bushland sanctuary ideal for a short getaway. Here's some of the best things you can do here.
The oldest vines in the world are where you’d least expect.
Visitors to the Grampian Ranges are blessed with walks, views, fresh farm produce and more.
While much of rural Australia struggles through drought, silo art is making a big difference in Victoria's Wimmera region.
It's just what you need at the end of a long day's trekking in the heat - cool refreshments sourced by someone else.
Scarred by bushfires, floods and landslides, the stunning Grampians National Park is now enjoying a renaissance.
Ararat is an attractive old goldmining town of about 7500 people located in the foothills of the Pyrenees mountains, 332 metres above sea-level.
Balmoral is a small country service town.