After 75 years of collecting and displaying the Spring flowering
native plants indoors, in 2015 the organizing committee changed the
main focus to the Grampians wildflowers in their natural
habitat. We will be continuing this successful change in 2017.

With a wealth of flowering native plants in the Grampians, our aim
over the two days is to help you find, identify and enjoy as
many as possible and what better place to do this than in
the Grampians Flora Botanic Garden off School Road? Tours will
start from our displays in the Centenary Hall in Halls Gap’s main
street and be led by one of our knowledgeable volunteers. Inside the
hall you will find a display of flowers picked under strict permit
conditions as well as more resources  to assist you in getting
to know more about “the garden of Victoria” as it was once
called by Baron Von Mueller, the first Director of the Melbourne
Botanic Garden.

Information on the guided walks, on self guided walks and drives
and tag-along destinations will also be available from the main
desk in the Visitor Information Centre which is open from 9am to 5pm
each day.