Getting Around -- Paved roads include the Grampians Tourist Road, which cuts through the park from Dunkeld to Halls Gap; the Mount Victory Road, from Halls Gap to Wartook; and the Roses Gap Road, which runs from Wartook across to Dadswells Bridge on the Western Highway. Many other roads in the park are unpaved, but most are passable with a two-wheel-drive car.
Autopia Tours (tel. 1800/000 507 in Australia, or 03/9419 8878; www.autopiatours.com.au) offers all-day tours of the park and surroundings from Melbourne on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays (call for departure times and pickup points). The tour includes a stop at Brambuk, as well as Aboriginal rock-painting sites, waterfalls, and lookouts. There's a bit of walking involved, so you need to be reasonably fit, but you're almost certain to see native wildlife. The tour includes morning tea and National Park entry fees and costs A$120.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.