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The Balconies, Grampians

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  • The pictures that many visitors take sitting or standing on the edge of the rock is off limit. We arrived in the evening and managed to catch the setting sun. It made the view of the plain spectacular...  more »
  • This place is just like the advertisements totally awesome. Easy drive to Reid's lookout and easy short walk to the balconies. You can't walk on to the balcony any longer because they've fenced it off...  more »
  • The balconies are really nice but frankly I expected a little more me. Nevertheless they are worth a visit.
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  • This is a great place for sunset. Unfortunately there isn't too much to do other than pull up in a car and get a photo
  • One of the most amazing view I've ever seen, from the lookout you can see the whole thing. I won't tell you about the sunset..
  • This has to be the best view of the grampians. You can't get out into the "Jaws of Death" any more, but if you turn up here in the evening on a sunny or partly cloudy day, you can watch the sun setting and casting shadows over hills as far as the eye can see. It's well worth the 15 minute walk from Reed lookout to get here.
  • Great view of a landscape recovering from a devistating fire in 2014. Great very accessible walk to the lookout.
  • Fantastic views. But rubbish left around, and pedestrians who don't understand Aussie carpark rules