INVEST in TOURISM
Ideally situated between Melbourne and Adelaide, Greater Hamilton boasts an alluring mix of tourist drawcards from natural assets to sacred sites and innovative man-made attractions.
EXPLORING GREATER HAMILTON
Greater Hamilton’s landscape is characterised by its unique geology, with volcanoes, rivers, lakes and picturesque waterfalls offering endless opportunities for eco-tourism. Unique events like Sheepvention and the Grampians Grape Escape also attract crowds from far and wide.
The spectacular Grampians National Park (Gariwerd) is a key drawcard, with accommodation options ranging from camping to glamping or pure luxury. The 160km Grampians Peaks Trail which opened in November 2021 is a challenging 13-day/12-night hiking experience through a variety of terrain, which sets off at either Dunkeld or Mount Zero in the north.
The Henty Wine Region is a popular destination on The Mixed Dozen Wine Trail, an interactive online platform that connects and builds on the tourism offerings across eight different wine regions in Victoria and South Australia.
Strategically located on the Great Southern Touring Route, Greater Hamilton is also just 45 minutes from the coast, and 90 mins from the Twelve Apostles and the famous Coonawarra wine region.