One for the intrepid traveller happy to go a little further to be alone with nature. Gariwerd, as it was known to the local Djab Wurrung and Jardwajali people, has always been a place of cultural, spiritual and historical significance. It’s the home of around ninety percent of Victoria’s indigenous rock art and some of the oldest on earth. Forget the busyness of the modern world here, for a few hours or a few days, lost in the wilderness, at the foot of towering mountains and waterfalls. Keep your eyes peeled for the wild emus, kangaroos and koalas, soaring eagles and colourful native parrots.
Stay a night or two and glamp in the wilderness or enjoy a softer landing in some of Victoria’s best regional accommodation with fabulous farm-to-plate dining to match.
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