We spent four days at the Grampians National Park. The first day we went to see some aboriginal rock art, which was believed to have been painted by children around 40,000 years ago. The Grampians is a huge park, full of forests, mountains, rivers, waterfalls and plenty of walks. On the second day we rose early so we could do a 10km walk around the appropriatley named Wonderland Ranges. This took us past the Venus baths to Splitter falls, through the Grand Canyon and up to the Pinnacle. It was a difficult walk not only because of the distance, but also because there was a a lot of rock scrambling to be done. It was worth the effort and we were rewarded with awe inspiring views from the top. It was a clear day and we could see for miles in all directions. Not happy with a 10km walk we then made a short walk from the car park to Boroka look-out to watch the sun set over the mountains. The final day involved even more walking to the top of another mountain! The highest point in the park, Mount William, 1181m above sea level. All through our visit to the Grampians we have been stunned at the truly fantastic views, we would stay much longer if we had the time and the legs.