Located in Victoria, the Grampians National Park is a nature reserve known for its sandstone mountains, ecological diversity, and Aboriginal history dating back 22,000 years. The park is a treat for outdoor lovers with well-marked hiking routes on rugged mountains leading to forests, majestic waterfalls, lakes and natural rock pools and provides opportunities for swimming, fishing, and canoeing. Head to some of the lookout points to take in epic views of the delightful landscape dotted with small towns such as Dunkeld and Halls Gap. Cross paths with friendly native animals and witness spectacular wildflower displays during spring. The park is the home to ancient Aboriginal sites that are rich in rock art and ancient oven mounds. Head out along a 200 km art trail to see towering street art created by internationally recognized artists. Visit the historic boutique wineries and small farms that are known for their fresh local produce including olives, herbs, and fresh fruit.
DULC is an environment-friendly forest retreat nestled within the Grampians National Park, southern Australia. Escape into these three self-contained accommodations including the treehouse with attic and mountain view cabins, each providing abundant natural light thanks to large glass windows.