Brambuk Cultural Centre

Brambuk is located in the Grampians near Halls Gap, offering abundant native flora and fauna for visitors.

Aboriginal rock sites with ancient rock arts can be found in the area, and visiting the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre is a must for those interested in learning more about Aboriginal culture.


The Grampians have cultural significance

The Brambuk Cultural Centre in Halls Gap was built in 1989 to honour the cultures of the Jardwadjali and Djab Wurrung Peoples. Architect Greg Burgess designed the Cultural Centre with the Traditional Owners of Gariwerd. In 2006, the park visitor information building was added. It now includes the park information counter, a café, and a gift shop. Brambuk is a crucial destination for visitors to the Grampians, offering park information and accessibility features such as wheelchair access and accessible toilets. Additionally, the Trailrider all-terrain wheelchair and Sherpa Volunteers are available for park visitors.

Getting there

Grampians National Park is located in western Victoria, three hours (260 km) from Melbourne and five hours (460 km) from Adelaide. It's easily accessible from the villages of Halls Gap, Wartook and Dunkeld and can be reached by scenic day trip from the regional towns of Hamilton, Horsham, Stawell and Ararat. Brambock: The national park and cultural centre is approximately 2 km south of Halls Gap.

If you do not wish to drive your car, let us organise your journey so you can enjoy the scenery outside your window during the Grampians day tour.

Brambuk Cultural Centre & Grampians Visitor Centre in Halls Gap 

Visitors to the centre can learn about local Aboriginal stories depicted through exhibits, enjoy shows, and view artifacts and exhibits at the museums and galleries in Brambuk.

Grampians day tour

The Brambuk Cultural Centre offers a variety of activities for visitors to enjoy, such as didgeridoo music, cultural programs, and traditional Aboriginal dance.

The area offers a variety of guest accommodations, from budget to more expensive options. Brambuk provides quality backpacker accommodation at a great value. The more expensive lodging units have exclusive views of the ranges and lush green forest. Guests can enjoy various amenities and services, making it worth the extra cost.

Camping options are available in the Grampians for those who want to enjoy the picturesque landscape surrounding them.