PARKS Victoria will lead walks through the Grampians to celebrate Women’s Health Week on Friday.
Volunteers are guiding groups of walkers along the Venus Baths loop and people can expect to see wildflowers, wildlife and impressive rock formations.
This is the first co-ordinated walk on Women’s Health Week for Parks Victoria.
Parks Victoria diverse communities co-ordinator Deborah Prentice said the Grampians National Park was chosen because it was such an icon in Victoria.
“We thought the local community and visitors would the enjoy the opportunity to get out there with a host and see the park,” she said.
Ms Prentice said Park Victoria had gained early interest and people were encouraged to register at www.eventbrite.com.au/o/parks-victoria-nature-walks-17110837258
The walk will start at 10am from the Halls Gap Visitor Information Centre.
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