Grampians National Park is the third largest in Victoria. Aboriginal occupation of the area dates back over 5000 years. Its spectacular scenery, colourful displays of wildflowers and a wide range of opportunities for recreation have made it one of the state’s most popular holiday destinations. Natural highlights of the Grampians include Mackenzie Falls, the park’s largest of the many picturesque waterfalls. The Grampians are renowned for striking displays of wildflowers each spring.