Grampians National Park
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  • Grampians National Park: Helicopter Flight Adventure

    1. Grampians National Park: Helicopter Flight Adventure

    Take off from Stawell Airpor and head over farmland, lakes, and countryside before reaching the Northern section of the Grampians National Park. Cruise around the dramatic cliffs that were formed millions of years ago, when the eastern shoreline of Australia was once below water. See Roses Gap, Mackenzie Falls, and the township of Halls Gap. Listen to live commentary from your locally born and raised pilot, who has more that 10 years' experience in the air. During your flight, choose to land at one of two locations: a micro brewery & cellar door or a historic vineyard. Grampians Olive Co. Land right between the vines at one of Victoria's oldest vineyards with vines dating back over 155 years. Enjoy premium wine tasting, a guided underground cellar tour and a gourmet picnic lunch. Discover why wines at this vineyard have been awarded 99 points from James Halliday.

  • Grampians National Park: Canoeing Experience

    2. Grampians National Park: Canoeing Experience

    Canoeing can give you the chance to relax and unwind surrounded by striking natural landscapes. Following a safety briefing, qualified guides will introduce you to the techniques needed to manoeuvre successfully around the lake. Your experience will combine interesting scenery with the chance to encounter local wildlife. The guides will also share stories and impart knowledge about the area. These sessions are great for any ability or age.

    Adrian took us on a wonderful trip around the lake. He was extremely knowledgeable, approachable and engaging.

  • Limestone Oceans to Mountains: 3-Day Great Ocean Road Tour

    3. Limestone Oceans to Mountains: 3-Day Great Ocean Road Tour

    Day 1: Melbourne to The 12 Apostles Start your 3-day adventure by departing from the cosmopolitan Melbourne. First up is one of the world’s great drives - the Great Ocean Road. You will pass by legendary surf spots and stop to check out some Koalas in the wild. Stop in the quaint seaside village to explore and wander through an ancient rainforest. During your trip, you will also get the chance to stop for a bite to eat for lunch. In the afternoon you will see the awe-inspiring Twelve Apostles limestone formation and Loch Ard Gorge. Rest in the evening in your apartment accommodation in the seaside town of Warrnambool included.  Day 2: Warrnambool to the Grampians National Park Start your day by exploring Tower Hill at an extinct volcano crater teaming with native wildlife. Enjoy a guided walk and spot Emu's and Kangaroos, you'll also have time to enjoy a delicious spot of breakfast. N...

  • From Melbourne: Grampians National Park Great Escape

    4. From Melbourne: Grampians National Park Great Escape

    Depart Melbourne Central Business District and pass over the mighty Westgate Bridge as you make your way through the western suburbs of the city towards western Victoria. Journey through the Victorian goldfields of the 1850s and take a short break in the quaint country town of Beaufort for morning tea.  Approach Grampians National Park and get an appreciation of what makes the giant mountain range so spectacular as it appears from the surrounding flat plains. Marvel at Mt. William as you get your first glimpse of the park, and then go to the Brambuk Aboriginal Culture Center to learn about the art, heritage and 6 seasons of the Grampians as described by the indigenous people. Discover an abundance of kangaroos resting in the areas around the center. Next, make your way into the heart of the park, and enter the small township of Halls Gap. Enjoy a picnic lunch with snacks set between 2 ...

    Grampians national park is a charming place. We enjoyed every single station in our trip.

  • Grampians National Park: Half-Day Abseiling Adventure

    5. Grampians National Park: Half-Day Abseiling Adventure

    Abseiling is a great adventure that is open and adaptable to anyone. If you are scared of heights don't worry, as the experienced guides will make you feel as comfortable as possible. You will learn to trust the guides and the equipment, leaning back over the edge and letting gravity do its work.  A range of abseils are available depending on the age, experience and desired challenge. Lengths range from 8 to 30 meters, so there's something for everyone.  The local partner prides themselves on their ability to adapt and deliver a great experience for anyone who is willing.

  • From Melbourne: Grampians National Park & Kangaroos

    6. From Melbourne: Grampians National Park & Kangaroos

    Travel over the Westgate Bridge as you head past the old major gold mining town of Ballarat to western Victoria stopping in the country town of Beaufort for morning tea. From here, pass through the town of Arrarat before getting the first glimpse of the Grampians as they come into view from what appears to be from nowhere. The first stop inside the Grampians National Park is Brambuk Cultural and Information Center where you’ll learn about the six seasons of the Grampians and the connection the local indigenous have had with the land for thousands of years. Continue to the only town inside the park Halls Gap for a picnic lunch. Following lunch head into the mountains to Boroka Lookout that overlooks the Western Plains of Victoria and the Mt William, Wonderland and Serra Ranges. It is then time to stretch your legs with an easy bush walk to the geological icon of the Grampians; The Jaws ...

  • Melbourne to Adelaide: 2-Day Overland Explorer Tour

    7. Melbourne to Adelaide: 2-Day Overland Explorer Tour

    Day 1 - (L) Say farewell to Melbourne as you drive over the Westgate Bridge bound for Adelaide. Start at the beginning of The Great Ocean Road and twist along this iconic road with awe inspiring views the entire day. Stop for morning tea briefly before pulling over for a photo under Memorial Arch (The Great Ocean Road Sign). Continue through several seaside towns along the way, including Kennett River where your guide will help you find koalas in the wild and native birds amongst the eucalyptus trees, before your lunch stop in Apollo Bay. Relax on the main beach, walk the main street or taste some local ice-cream treats! After the lunch stop, the Great Ocean Road winds into the ancient Otway rainforest as you say goodbye to the coastline for a while. Stretch your legs in the fresh air as you're guided through the crisp wonderland of Maits Rest. Continuing the journey y...

    A wonderful experience. The Great Ocean Road offers absolutely stunning views as you drive past some pretty seaside towns. There was plenty of time for stops for photos, walks, food and drinks etc. The bus was quite cramped, not much leg room. Laid back and friendly drivers and fellow travellers from around the world added to the experience. Good catering along the way.

  • The Grampians Day Tour

    8. The Grampians Day Tour

    Embark on your first hike of the day, a 4.2km return hike that weaves through fascinating rock formations, including the Grand Canyon and Silent Street. You will arrive at the Pinnacle, one of the most iconic destinations in the park. This famous jagged cliff face is quite the site and there will be plenty of time to soak up the views and capture some amazing photos. You will return to refuel with a healthy and filling lunch before heading off to Mackenzie Falls. It’s a steep 2km trail but you will be rewarded with of one of Victoria’s largest and most beautiful waterfalls. Your next stop is the picturesque Boroka Lookout before you return to the delightful tourist village of Halls Gap where your guide will reveal one of the local kangaroo’s favourite hangout spots.

    most comfortable vehicle. Very knowledgeable guide. visited 3 diverse attractions with hiking

  • Melbourne: 2-Day Great Ocean Road & Grampians Tour

    9. Melbourne: 2-Day Great Ocean Road & Grampians Tour

    Day 1: Melbourne to Great Ocean Road Depart from Melbourne and travel through the surfing town of Torquay for morning tea by the beach. Drive along the beautiful Great Ocean Road, enjoying the stunning scenery of the famous coastline. Stop for some koala spotting and listen to the abundant birdlife before a break for lunch in Apollo Bay. Stop off at the stunning Great Otway National Park, enjoy a guided walk through this ancient rainforest, admiring some of the world’s tallest trees. Travel to the amazing 12 Apostles, before heading to admire Loch Ard Gorge to learn about the history of this famous shipwreck. Pass through the township of Port Campbell and make your way to the Grampians National Park. Stay overnight in the Grampians in the township of Halls Gap. Lunch is included. Day 2: Grampians National Park to Melbourne Wake up to see the amazing ...

    Excellent trip. Guide was exceptional. Saw lots of wildlife and the beautiful scenery.

  • Grampians: Vineyards Tour and Wine Tasting

    10. Grampians: Vineyards Tour and Wine Tasting

    Start off your day by visiting Boroka lookout in the Grampians National Park. Experience this popular lookout and take in the views of the mountains and the town below.  Learn all about the Aboriginal and European history, native flora, and fauna plus interesting facts about the park as you visit this lookout. Next, head towards the wine village of Great Western which is one of the oldest vineyards in Victoria with vines dating past 155 years. Get to sample the wine from these vines and explore the underground cellar where time has stopped.  Your next location is another vineyard, run by a local family where you can sample reds and whites. Learn about this wine region rich in history but a little unknown and a hidden gem of Western Victoria.  Enjoy a late lunch back to Halls Gap at the local brewery that has been established by 3 local lads. Try their locally made beer or enjoy a gla...

    Justine was amazing with her knowledge and communications throughout the day. It was a small group and as we got through things quicker than normal, she arranged an extra vineyard to go too so the day was still filled out. Highly recommended.

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What people are saying about Grampians National Park

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 60 reviews

Justine was amazing with her knowledge and communications throughout the day. It was a small group and as we got through things quicker than normal, she arranged an extra vineyard to go too so the day was still filled out. Highly recommended.

Adrian took us on a wonderful trip around the lake. He was extremely knowledgeable, approachable and engaging.

Wonderful excursion, with wonderful views of nature, waterfalls, encounters with kangaroos, emos

Grampians national park is a charming place. We enjoyed every single station in our trip.

Excellent trip. Guide was exceptional. Saw lots of wildlife and the beautiful scenery.