No other country on Earth has the ancient stories and culture evident on rock art sites and rock wells throughout parks in Victoria, Australia. The Grampians National Park is the richest site for Aboriginal rock art in Victoria. The region has the largest number of rock art sites in southern Australia and 90 per cent of Victoria’s known rock art sites, some dating back more than 20,000 years. About 140 rock art sites are recorded in the Grampians National park with five sites open to the public. Most art sites are under rock over hangs providing shelter and strategic viewing points of the surrounds.
Visit Brambuk the National Park and Cultural Centre to learn more about the Aboriginal culture and history of Grampians National Park.