The Grampians comprise four ranges of mountains up to 1000 metres above sea level, running approximately north-south, at the westerly extremity of the system known as the Great Dividing Range. They are generally 230 km west of Melbourne and are surrounded by plains, giving them visual prominence. Their northern slopes fall towards the Wimmera region. To their east there are the towns of Ararat and Stawell, and Dunkeld is to the south.


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