The Grampians are a major sandstone climbing spot in Australia. Thousands of routes are spread in several areas, like Northern Grampians, Central Grampians, South-Eastern Grampians, Victoria Range, Halls Gap and The Black Range. Each one has various sectors with dozens of routes. Bouldering, sport climbing and traditional climbing are in the menu. Some crags are spectacular. At Muline Cave, for example, the rock seems to move as orange waves.The Grampians are located at the Grampians National Park (or Gariwerd), Victoria, a south-east state of Australia. It is about 250Km NW of Melbourn (from 3 to 3h30 hours away).There are ten campgrounds in the park with toilets, picnic tables, fire places… and NO water to drink.Depending on the sector, the access will be different, but if you go to a central spot as Hall Gaps, take the M8 to leave Melbourn, then you have two options at Ballarat: whether you take the A8 to Ararat and then the C222 to Halls Gap, whether you keep going west on the B162 to Dunkeld and then north on the C216 (Grampians Road) to Halls Gap.Anyway, you had better go by car, mainly if you want to move from sector to sector.Before going, check the Victoria Parks’ website. Some sections of the Grampians National Park can be closed due to fire.DON’T FORGET TO BRING WATER.