Situated in an idyllic 6.5 hectare native parkland, our quality grampians accommodation ensures the ultimate in relaxation and enjoyment.

The Grampians National Park is host to a range of activities including bushwalking, horse riding, fishing, scenic drives, water falls, aboriginal art sites, renowned wineries as well as cultural, jazz and wine and food festivals such as Grampians Grape Escape.

Mountain View Motor Inn & Holiday Lodges in the Grampians is the perfect place to base yourself when planning a fun, active or relaxing holiday.

The Grampians National Park also contains south-eastern Australia’s highest concentration of Aboriginal rock art. Gariwerd, (the traditional name for the area) has been central to the creation stories of the Jardwadjali and Djab Wurrung Aboriginal people for many thousands of years.

Also the Grampians has around 970 native plant species, many of which are endemic to the area, as well as one of the largest list of wildflowers in Australia, many also exclusive to the region. The spray of colorful wildflowers starts in Spring and includes delicate ground-hugging species like spider orchids.

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