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Regional Information

The Grampians region covers the area from Bacchus Marsh in the east to the South Australian border in the west, and from Patchewollock in the north to Lake Bolac in the south. With a population of approximately 216,000 people and more than half living in Ballarat and Bacchus Marsh, the area covers 47,980 square kilometres.

The sheer beauty and diversity of the Grampians regions are truly breathtaking. There are lush green farmlands, bush forests, soaring mountain ranges, flowing waterfalls, semi-desert wilderness, spectacular national parks and historic townships to explore. Rich in Aboriginal heritage and home to stunning scenery, abundant wildlife, cultural attractions, major arts and music festivals, sporting events, acclaimed wineries, fantastic food and fabulous shopping, the Grampians regions are a popular destination for many people. The Grampians is the place to get away from the hustle and bustle, with space to think and breathe, and to reinvigorate the mind, body and spirit.

View the links for further information on the 11 different Councils and Shires in the Grampians region.  

 

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