The Grampians National Park Tour showcases the region called “Gariwerd” by the local Indigenous people. It is a series of rugged mountain ranges to the west of Melbourne. The park is home to kangaroos, wallabies, and other native animals. It also has stunning silver band falls and panoramic mountain views. The tour includes short walks to favourite spots and a visit to the Brambuk Cultural Centre to learn about the region’s history, landscape, and Wildlife.
- Visitors can learn about the local culture at Brambuk Cultural Centre.
- Visitors can stop for lunch in the town of Halls Gap at their own expense.
- One can enjoy a bushwalk in the Grampians National Park (Gariwerd).
- Visitors have the option to hike to the base of Mackenzie Falls.
- Visitors can enjoy the beautiful views at Boroka Lookout or Lake Bellfield.
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The tour price for adults (13+) is $165, while children (6 to 12) pay $125. Child rates are applicable for children aged 6 to 12 years old. This adventure is only for the bravest explorers, as it’s not recommended for little adventurers under six. Safety comes first! The itinerary is provided as a guideline and may be subject to change without prior notice. If you want to visit the Grampians in a private group and spend more time completing a specific hike, please contact our charters team at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Learn about the rich local culture at Brambuk Cultural Centre.
Stop for lunch in the town of Halls Gap at your own expense.
Bushwalk in the Grampians National Park (Gariwerd).
Visit Mackenzie Falls to experience the beauty of nature at its finest.
Soak in the stunning scenery at Boroka Lookout or Lake Bellfield.
Australian Wildlife guaranteed.
Why Visit Grampians?
In one day, we offer a tour from Melbourne to explore the highlights of the beautiful Grampians National Park. Visitors will experience a sense of stepping back in time while admiring the Ancient Landscape, which features rugged mountain ranges and stunning sandstone ridges. Guided by knowledgeable professionals, this tour offers a unique opportunity to understand the region’s countryside and history better.
Enjoy a morning tea in Country Victoria
Embark on a journey away from the bustling cityscape and venture 250 km west through picturesque countryside steeped in the captivating tales of the Victorian Goldrush era. Experience an extraordinary adventure that ends with an enchanting exploration of a beautiful town, where you can dive into the vibrant tapestry of mining history and treat yourself to a delightful morning tea or coffee.
Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre
Step into the enchanting realm of Grampians National Park and embark on a journey of discovery at the mesmerising Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Unveil the captivating tales that weave the tapestry of this extraordinary landscape. The cultural centre also offers opportunities to spot native Wildlife such as wallabies, emus, and echidnas. Unlock the secrets of Gariwerd and delve into the profound cultural significance it holds for the Indigenous people.
One can visit Reeds Lookout & The Balconies
Experience the breathtaking beauty of Reeds Lookout as it unveils panoramic views of Lake Wartook, the mesmerising Victoria Valley, and the majestic Mount Difficult Range. Embark on an exhilarating journey as we traverse a picturesque trail, meandering through majestic gum trees and captivating rock formations, leading us to the awe-inspiring destination known as The Balconies. Here, you can enjoy the iconic ‘jaws of death’ and take in the majestic views and scenery featured in the movie Princess Mononoke’.
Visit Mackenzie Falls for a thrilling adventure
Immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring sight of cascading water and refreshing mist. The hike consists of approximately 250 steps to the floor and back. That is also an option if you prefer a more straightforward, flat walk over the top of Mackenzie Falls. Embark on a tranquil journey to the enchanting Silverband Falls as an alternative option.
A stop at the Boroka Lookout offers a picturesque view of the stunning scenery. Depending on the weather and visibility, an alternative option is to visit Lake Bellfield and walk along the dam, surrounded by two mountain ranges.
Kangaroo and Wildlife Spotting
In Halls Gap, kangaroos are abundant in the evening, eliminating the need for residents to own lawnmowers. You may encounter various Australian birds, such as kookaburras and emus, during your visit to the Grampians. However, we guarantee you will only depart with sighting a kangaroo. We sometimes have the opportunity to see echidnas and wallabies. Remember to resist the temptation of feeding the wild creatures, but make sure your camera battery is juiced and ready to capture some incredible moments!
Return to Melbourne
At some point, we need to return to the City. The 3-hour trip from the Grampians includes a rest stop where you can buy dinner (at your own cost). After a day of exploring, take some time to unwind and contemplate. You will arrive in Melbourne around 8.30 pm and be dropped off at your original pickup spot or near public transportation options.