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Canoeing tranquil lakes, climbing to spectacular views, mountain bike riding through pristine bush, checking out the local wildlife, bush walking through unique and ancient environments, sea kayaking along captivating coastlines, surfing at some of Victoria’s most picturesque beaches, life long experiences, challenges and choice…

Since 1989 Absolute Outdoors Australia (formally Grampians Adventure Services) has been providing quality outdoor experiences to people and various groups from Australia all over the world. The wonderful picturesque regions in which we operate provide the perfect locations for a wide range of unique multi-award winning ecologically sustainable outdoor activities… read more »

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Grand Canyon set ups always providing magical views. A new way to view your favourite Grampians walk #thepinnacle
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Interested in wildlife?
Check out the local critters in the Grampians.
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The face of resilience: Smoky Mouse! Museum Victoria and Parks Victoria researchers have been amazed and delighted to learn that the Smoky Mouse, one of Victoria’s most endangered native mammals, persists in an isolated population of the Grampians National Park. Populations were declining - 28 animals were caught in 2012, nine in 2013 and three in 2014 - most likely due to drought and bushfire. In 2015, 25 individuals were captured, including three that were first caught in 2013! This would indicate that the Grampians Ark fox control program is successfully reducing predation pressure on the animals, one of their key threats. Smoky Mouse is still extremely endangered - Across the species’ range approximately 100 individuals have been recorded in the last few years (to put this in perspective, there are at least 5000 tigers in the wild). Parks Victoria Grampians Ark Coordinator Ben Holmes says “Its great news. We genuinely thought we might not catch any animals this time. The survivorship of these animals strongly indicates that our fox management is working but ultimately we still know very little about the species. Research like this is critical in helping us better understand these animals and how to manage them”

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