Brambuk The National Park & Cultural Centre, Halls Gap

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Visit Brambuk The National Park & Cultural Centre to uncover the history of Grampians National Park, known for its rugged mountains, a wide variety of native wildlife, and a number of aboriginal rock art sites. The cultural center, a convenient place for the start of your exploration, includes a restaurant, where you can enjoy a cup of coffee and a light meal. The award-winning center can tell you where and what to see, directing you to the most accessible rock art sites though the use of informative displays and exhibits. You can take part in daily tours and special activities, which highlight the aboriginal heritage of the area. The center also includes a gift shop, which offers a range of inexpensive quality souvenirs. Put Brambuk The National Park & Cultural Centre on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Halls Gap travel route builder app.
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  • Staff was very helpful and explained about the area and told us about the places to visit to see aboriginal art. Grampians have the largest collection of aboriginal art dating back to more than...  more »
  • Was closed for renovation. Nothing much to see. Gift shop was open and had some nice things. Would love to see what it's like when open again.  more »
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  • I remember when this was being built and although it still looks good, some of the displays are getting tired, although the information is still good. Located just outside of Halls Gap you can walk or ride along well made paths. Inside is a small cafe where you can dine on fresh food and refreshments. Outside are some excellent interpretation boards that give a history of the area and the life prior to white settlement. The retail shop is extensive with lots of interesting items. There is plenty of parking under the shaded gums. The place is wheelchair friendly and in fact you can motor on your wheelchair from town to the centre. Very kid friendly with lots for the little ones to do. I would say you could spend at s minimum and hour here. There are tours available as well. Enjoy.
  • Great place for people to go to understand about our first peoples connection to the mountains the rivers and the region, Once you are inside the building no photos are to be taken. The seat in the foyer is made from wood found along the river the seat represents Bunjil the wedge tail eagle with its wings open wide to Welcome you..An aboriginal bush toy of a native animal hangs on the seat, Brambuk is well worth a visit if your interested in Aboriginal culture..
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