The grampians national park is home to an incredible mountain landscape dotted with small towns such as dunkeld, stawell, halls gap, wartook valley and beaufort. Grampians national park, also known as the grampians, is a nature reserve located in victoria, australia. The central grampians is easily accessed from the villages of halls gap and wartook and is a scenic day trip from the regional towns of hamilton, horsham, stawell and ararat. The grampians national park is a delightful place to visit in country victoria. It is easily accessed from the villages of halls gap, wartook and dunkeld.