The track climbs gently from the carpark, through rock outcrops and a stringybark forest to the Balconies lookout. From this lookout there are panoramic views over the Victoria Valley
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This is a great little walk that is best done earlier in the morning at busier times of the year as it can get a bit busy. The views are fantastic.
In Spring time the wildflowers are magnificent ! Lots of birdlife and you might see a wallaby if you are lucky.
No Dogs allowed in the Grampians National Park.
The path from the car park is a relatively smooth walk.
In Spring there are lots of different wildflowers.
There are a few seats, but this one faces the wrong way away from the view! But you can say hello to other walkers on the path which is nice.
The bridge makes for an easy walk.
There are many cairns or rock sculptures along this stretch of the walk.
A beautiful spot to look around for lizards.
There are heaps of cairns around here, maybe stop and build one. If you are with children, they love it here.
If you are lucky you might find some beautiful mosses among the rocks.
More wildflowers, when we were here in early November there were heaps!
There are three seats that someone has cut out of old tree stumps, very creative.
The track gets a little more shelter from some taller trees here. Nice dappled light and look for the odd wallaby.
Anticipation as you near the lookout.
The view is amazing, you could spend the day here!