The Grampians

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The Grampians

Renowned for rugged mountain ranges, rich cultural heritage and breathtaking views, the Grampians National Park is one of Victoria's most popular destinations.

Famous for its spectacular scenery, the 168,000 hectare park is also regarded for its ecological diversity and south-eastern Australia's highest concentration of Aboriginal rock art.

The Grampians boasts more than a third of Victoria's flora, and visitors delight in the active population of kangaroos, wallabies, emus, reptiles and birds. Over 1,000 wildflower species bloom with stunning colour, especially during spring.

When it comes to walks and drives, there are many to choose from for all capabilities taking you to spectacular waterfalls, lookouts, rock formations and escarpments.

Grampians Discovery Tour

Your Eco guide will meet you at your Ballarat / Creswick accommodation and after introductions; we head out along the Glenelg Highway.

Flat farmland of the Western Plains contrasts to mountain ranges that form as we approach Dunkeld, the Southern gateway to the Grampians.

After a short walk to Piccaninny lookout, you can see the great plains of Western Victoria, Mt Sturgeon and Mt Abrupt forming the Southern edge of the Serra Range and to the west, the spectacular Victoria Range and valley.

You stop off at the Grampians National Park Interpretation Centre and Brambuk Aboriginal Centre in Halls Gap to learn about the Park and the Aboriginal Culture, the Park is known as Gariwerd to the Aboriginal people.

After Lunch in Halls Gap, you will be taken to the most popular iconic destinations, discover spectacular natural attractions from numerous lookouts and waterfalls while enjoying the Parks extensive wildflowers & wildlife.

Be surrounded by extraordinary landscapes, glorious wildflowers & abundant wildlife.

For lovers of wild nature

Highlights

  • Mackenzie Falls walks (The biggest)
  • Boroka Lookout (Best views over Halls Gap)
  • Scenery / Views of Mt Difficult Range
  • Reids Lookout / Balconies (Views over Victoria valley)
  • Lakes Wartook, Bellfield and Moora Moora
  • Halls Gap
  • Interpretation Centre & Brambuk Aboriginal Centre
  • Piccaninny Walk
  • Morning Tea & Lunch
  • May vary due to Parks Victoria seasonal road closures

Prices and Departures

Adult $179 per person

$99 per child (6-15yrs)

Departs 7 am 


Price includes Morning Tea and Lunch. (Please advise of any dietary requirements).

Pickup/Drop off from Ballarat Accommodation

Melbourne customers Pickup / Drop off – Ballarat Railway Station

Please refer to our Terms and Conditions prior to booking.

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