Pretty Pomonal lies just outside the eastern border of the Grampians National Park. Popular as a nature walk destination and famous for its wildflowers, the town is known for its nurseries and gardens.
To dazzle the senses with Pomonal's floral beauty, visit in spring for the annual Pomonal Native Flower Show and to visit the stunning wildflower nurseries on Wildflower Drive in full bloom.
See the flowers along the Pomonal Tunnel Walking Track, which leads over the top of the Mount William Range and provides outstanding views of the adjacent Serra Range. The historic water tunnel was constructed in the 1870s to supply water to the mining town of Stawell.
Nearby Gap Winery offers a range of wines to suit all palates as well as breathtaking views. You can pick up fresh fruit from the orchard on Lake Fyans Tourist Road and sample local lavender products, olives, and herbs as you make your way around the town.
Pomonal is around 240 kilometres from Melbourne, or around two hours and 40 minutes by car along the Western Highway.