Grampians Walks brings you the Grampians National Park Road Report. It lists which roads and 4WD tracks are open and closed, and their condition. This information is particularly important if you are using a 4WD track to reach a walk in the Grampians National Park.
Many unsealed roads and 4WD tracks are closed over the wetter months of the year. This is usually from June to November, but this can change from year to year. The Grampians Walks guide book lets you know if you are likely to or will definitely need a 4WD to access the walks. The vast majority of the walks can be reached by 2WD but don’t get caught out.
We will endeavour to publish the latest Grampians National Park Road Report on this page.
Some walks that will benefit from using the
Grampians National Parks Road Report
One of our favourite walks is Mt Thackeray in the Victoria Range. It’s Walk 82 in the Grampians Walks book. This walk is best done in the warmer months. This is because the roads are usually open then. And it’s at a fairly high altitude so can be chilly during winter. We provide full details of a fabulous 4WD trip that allows you to combine the Mt Thackeray hike with nearby Walk 81 to the Fortress. It’s a full day outing that we love to take visitors on.
You’ll find the Grampians National Parks Road Report useful for accessing some sections of the Grampians Peaks Trail. Most of it is accessible by 2WD but, in wet weather, some unsealed roads and tracks become quite slippery. Once again, our book will detail these for you.
Red Centre – a guide book by the same authors
Parks Victoria’s website has more information about Grampians National Park.