One of the world's oldest and most spectacular mountain ranges - rich in Aboriginal history and an abundance of wildlife. Join our one day tour to the Grampians - situated in 167,000 hectares of parklands, with over 200 species of birds, kangaroos and wallabies, and home to one of the states largest waterfalls - Mackenzie Falls.
From Melbourne we head to Beaufort where we stop for morning tea and a stretch of the legs. Then we travel to the heart of the Grampians National Park and take a walk to the Boroka Lookout where breathtaking mountain views await. After a visit to Brambuk Aboriginal Centre, where you will find the very best information and interpretation of the Grampians National Park, we head to Halls Gap for lunch.
The afternoon is spent at the remarkable Jaws of Death/Balconies and Reeds Lookout - where you can enjoy majestic views and breathtaking scenery. Finally you can cool off at the base of Mackenzie Falls before heading back to Melbourne.
A reasonable amount of fitness is required to complete walks on the Grampains day tour.
Due to the nature and content of this day tour and bus safety regulations, we regret that children under 8 years of age cannot be carried.
Grampians National Park
Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre
Jaws of Death
MacKenzie Falls Lookout
Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
Entry into National Parks
Adult: AUD 135.00
Child tickets unavailable.
(10% GST Inclusive)
Experience The Bush Like Never Before with our Grampians Tours
A unique landscape characterised by sculptural sandstone peaks, ghostly eucalyptus trees, and an abundance of wildlife, the Grampians National Park is one of Victoria's greatest natural treasures. The incredible natural features of this region have been revered since the site was first occupied by the Djab wurrung and Jardwadjali indigenous people some 40,000 years ago. The Grampians (known as Gariwerd to the traditional owners of the land) played a central role in the dreaming of the eagle ancestor known as Bunjil, who played a central role in the creation of the Victorian landscape. Evidence of the spiritual importance of this landscape can be found dotted throughout the Grampians, as it is home to some 90% of Victoria's rock painting sites, but this aside, it takes no more than a glimpse of this wild rocky landscape to recognise that the Grampians are a special place.
We've designed a Grampians tour that showcases the natural beauty of this region with multiple scenic stops where you can inhale the gum scented air and connect with the natural surrounds. Panoramic views, iconic wildlife, and stunning natural rock formations are the order of the day on our Grampians tours and our expert guides will be there to make sure you enjoy every minute of it. This tour is a great opportunity to revel in the romance of the Australian bushland, without having to rough it with a tent and hiking boots. You'll travel in absolute comfort onboard a state of the art coach equipped with temperature control, a television, DVD player, sound system and iPod connection. We've also got the catering covered, as your ticket includes morning tea and a picnic lunch amongst the gum trees, so you'll be able to enjoy a carefree day out in the country and get to experience the natural wonders of a truly iconic National Heritage site.