Stapylton Campground

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Stapylton Campground

Stapylton Campground is perfectly positioned in open woodlands. Wake to views over Mount Stapylton and Mount Zero before you head out and explore the best of the northern Grampians. Enjoy fantastic views over the rugged northern ranges, discover Aboriginal rock shelters and tackle memorable and beautiful walks.
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The remote and rugged northern Grampians is a quiet alternative to popular Halls Gap. The wide, open spaces of Stapylton Campground offer everything you need for a comfortable stay, and is a favourite grazing spot of the local mob of kangaroos.

Leading off from the campground, the Mount Stapylton Loop Walk is a great introduction to the iconic landscapes of the Grampians. Meander through dense scrub, dip into forested gullies and scramble over sandstone steps to reach the unforgettable vistas to be had.

A shorter stroll out to the Ngamadjidj Shelter provides a unique insight into the rich Aboriginal history of the region. Tee up your walk with a visit to Brambuk - The National Park and Cultural Centre in Halls Gap to learn about the six seasons of Gariwerd, try your hand at traditional painting methods or treat your taste buds to some bush tucker in the cafe.

Things to do

 
Four friends looking up at the surrounding scenery during their hike at Mount Stapylton

Mount Stapylton Loop Walk

Hike through open forest and scramble over rocky outcrops on the Mount Stapylton Loop Walk. The adventurous walk will test your endurance as it dips into forested gullies and navigates the steep slope of Flat Rock.
Two people stop for a picnic in front of Mount Zero in the Northern Grampians.

Mount Zero

The northern Grampians National Park is dominated by the Mountt Difficult Range, Mount Stapylton and Mount Zero. Picnic at Mount Zero Picnic Area before tackling the gentle ascent to Flat Rock.

Brambuk The National Park and Culture Centre

Brambuk The National Park and Cultural Centre in Halls Gap began with the building of the Brambuk Cultural Centre in 1989 to acknowledge, protect and share the cultures of the Jadawadjali and Djab Wurrung Peoples.

How to get there

Stapylton Campground

Mount Stapylton Campground is just over 3-hours drive from Melbourne. Follow the Western Highway to Dadswell Bridge. Approximately 5-kilometres after after the turn onto Wonwondah-Dadswell Bridge Road and travel west until you reach Olive Plantation Road. Turn here and follow the road until you reach Stapylton Campground.

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Camping & accommodation

Stapylton Campground is perfectly positioned in open woodlands. Wake to views over Mount Stapylton and Mount Zero before you head out and explore the best of the northern Grampians. Enjoy fantastic views over the rugged northern ranges, discover Aboriginal rock shelters and tackle memorable and beautiful walks.
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Need to know

Stapylton Campground

Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

  • Notices Affecting Multiple Parks

    Pest animal management

    Pest animal management will be taking place throughout the Grampians National Park and Black Range State Park. The works will be taking place in pre-determined sectors and signage will be in place to notify visitors of any operations in the vicinity.

    Visitors may hear firearms. Visitors are asked to stay on designated walking tracks and roads.

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