The walk starts from Hollow Mountain Carpark, located at the very northern end of Mount Zero Road. It's about an 8 km drive from the Western Highway. There are a number of walks that depart from this carpark: the track to the Gulgurn Manja shelter heads off to the left of the carpark area.
It's a particularly lovely walk to do in spring, when the beautiful flowers of the Grampians are in full bloom. Look out for orchids and lilies along the side of the track, as well as the spectacular grass trees and heathland shrubs.
The striking Rabbit-ears orchid can often be seen in spring
These days, the rock art is protected by a cage, but there are small viewing holes to see the pictures. There are also a series of signs that tell visitors about the art, the history of the site, and the local people.