Guided, air-conditioned bus tour of Grampians National Park
Opportunity to see Australian wildlife, including kangaroos
Visit the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre, learn about the local indigenous community
Iconic & stunning cascade waterfalls of Mackenzie or Silverband Falls
Be amazed at the remarkable Jaws of Death / Balcony & Reeds Lookout
See the abundance of native animals, kangaroos and emus in the wild
View the natural wonders, stunning waterfalls and panoramic mountains
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided tour of Grampians National Park
National Park fees
Light Lunch in Halls Gap
Roundtrip transport to and from Melbourne
Live tour commentary provided in English
Breakfast and dinner
What you can expect
Get away and discover the grand mountain ranges of Grampians National Park. Learn about the flora and fauna of the region and explore Aboriginal culture in the natural oasis. See wildlife unique to Australia and stunning waterfalls as your guide takes you to the park’s most popular attractions.
Embark on your journey and watch the changing of environments from the city high-rises to the scenic and charming township of Beaufort, all from the comfort of the bus. Enjoy a short break on the way and breathe in the fresh air of this rich, idyllic district. Here, taste a locally produced morning tea before you move onto Grampians National Park.
The first stop in Grampians National Park is Brambuk Cultural Centre. Walk into this unique building, whose design is reminiscent of an Emperor Moth, and learn about the history and culture of the Jardwajali and Djab Wurrung Aboriginal communities of South-Western Victoria.
Break for lunch in the delightful town of Halls Gap, then continue deeper into the heart of the national park, where you have the opportunity to witness native animals like kangaroos, emus and an extensive array of birdlife. Your knowledgeable guide leads you through the iconic landmarks of the park, including the Boroka Lookout or Lake Bellfield, the Jaws of Death balcony lookout and Mackenzie Falls or Silverband Falls. After your day in pure nature, relax in the bus as you journey back to Melbourne.