Grampians Olives


The spectacular Grampians National Park, 200km west of Melbourne, is the dominant physical feature of the region at 1100 metres high, and roughly 100km long by 50km wide. Home to a wide variety of fauna and flora, as well as a wealth of indigenous rock art. The vineyards of the region are mostly around the towns of Ararat, Great Western and Moyston, which are on the eastern side of the national park. The wine region of Great Western is usually viewed as being part of the Grampians wine region. The Grampians Winemakers Association stages the 'Grampians Grape Escape' wine and food festival in May.

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Grampians Grape & Olive Trail

Author: Taste Trails

Created 26th Jul, 2014

This trail reflects what this region does best...grapes & olives. Starting at the edge of the Grampians National Park the trail encompasses the towns of Stawell, Horsham amd St Arnaud. Extra Virgin Olive Oil, olives, preserves, verjuice, biodynamic olives, and high quality heritage wines.