The Grampians National Park Tour - Full Day: Enjoy spectacular scenery, waterfalls and native wildlife with this full day experience.
Victoria’s Grampians is one of the most beautiful national parks Australia has to offer. Think majestic mountain ranges and lush forest that rises sharply from the flat farmland in Victoria's west – it’s truly a sight to behind.
Whether you’re looking for adventure or something more, this is the perfect place to explore. You’ll begin your day by checking in at the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre where you’ll learn about the history and connection of the Indigenous people.
From here, you’ll head to the iconic town of Halls Gap at the base of the Grampians for a delicious lunch. Then, you’re off to wind your way through the sandstone of the National Park. You’ll stop at Boroka Lookout. In sight is Wonderland Range, Mt William Range, Fyans Valley, Lake Bellfield and the plains to the east of the Grampians. Be sure, too, to keep a look-out for the locals – emus and kangaroos among them.
From there, you’ll make your way to The Balconies – also known as the Jaws of Death. They’re spectacular rock formations, with panoramic views of the valley. But your day is far from over: a quick drive later and you’ll be looking over the top of Mackenzie Falls, one of the state’s largest waterfalls, before taking the stairs into the valley to adventure further.
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Melbourne (Departs Melbourne)