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Grampians National Park Tour

The Grampians Tour features the region known as “Gariwerd” by the local Indigenous population. It is a series of rugged mountain ranges located west of Melbourne. The park is home to kangaroos, wallabies, and other native animals, and it boasts stunning natural wonders like the silverband falls and panoramic mountain views. The tour includes short walks to favourite spots and the Brambuk Cultural Centre, where visitors can learn about the region’s history, landscape, and wildlife. 

$125-165 AUD



  • Discover the diverse local culture through the Brambuk Cultural Centre.
  • Visitors have the option to dine in Halls Gap at their own expense.
  • Take a bushwalk in the Grampians National Park (Gariwerd).
  • You can hike to the base of Mackenzie Falls.
  • Enjoy the beautiful scenery at Boroka Lookout or Lake Bellfield.
  • Australian Wildlifeguaranteed


We offer a one-day tour from Melbourne to the Grampians National Park, where you can experience its breathtaking highlights.

Visitors will experience stepping back in time while admiring the Ancient Landscape’s rugged mountain terrain and stunning sandstone ridges. During the tour, a knowledgeable guide will enhance your understanding of the region’s countryside and history.

As we depart from the city and travel 250 km west, we pass through the countryside with a rich Victorian Goldrush history. Our journey concludes with a visit to one of the charming towns along the way, where we can learn about mining history and have a pleasant morning tea or coffee.
After arriving in Grampians National Park, visitors can go to Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre to learn about the creation stories that are a part of this diverse landscape. Explore the cultural centre and see wallabies, emus, and echidnas in the surrounding area. Gain a better understanding of the importance of Gariwerd for the Indigenous people.
Reeds Lookout offers panoramic views of Lake Wartook, the Victoria Valley, and the Mount Difficult Range. Afterwards, we hike along a shaded path surrounded by gum trees and interesting rock formations, leading us to The Balconies. At The Balconies, you can witness the renowned ‘Jaws of Death’ and enjoy magnificent views and scenery that appeared in the Japanese Animation ‘Princess Mononoke’.
One of the most iconic waterfalls in Victoria Valley, visitors can hike down to the base and back to experience the impressive volume of water and the refreshing spray in the air. The hike consists of approximately 250 steps to the base and back. If you prefer a more effortless walk, you can go over the top of the falls. If Mackenzie Falls were closed, visitors could take a peaceful hike to Silverband Falls instead.
A stop at the Boroka lookout provides an opportunity to capture the incredible scenery. Depending on the weather and visibility, Lake Bellfield may be an alternative option for a walk along the damn, offering a unique perspective between the two mountain ranges.
Curiously, the residents of Halls Gap don’t require lawnmowers. As dusk falls, kangaroos swarm the area, feasting on the grass! You’re quite likely to encounter various Australian birds, such as kookaburras and emus. Spotting a kangaroo in the Grampians is almost a guarantee. Frequently, we’re also graced with glimpses of echidnas and wallabies. Feeding wildlife is prohibited, but ensure your camera is ready!
Ultimately, our return to the urban landscape beckons. The trek from the Grampians, lasting around 3 hours, includes a pause for buying dinner (cost not included). Take a moment to unwind and ponder the day’s adventures. You’ll arrive in Melbourne around 8.30 pm, dropped off either at your initial pick-up spot or near public transportation options.


Price: $165 Adult (13+), $125 Child (6 to 12)

NOTE: Child rates apply from 6yrs to 12yrs old. Not suitable for children under the age of 6yrs old, due to the nature of the tour and safety reasons.

Itinerary is a guideline only and is subject to change without notice.

Keen to visit Grampians in a private group? Want to spend more time completing a certain hike? Contact our charters team today to help make it happen on

Our central meeting point for this tour will be the Immigration Museum (East-Side)- 400 Flinders St corner of Market St, Melbourne @ 7:35AM.

  • 6:55 – Space Hotel, 380 Russell St, Melbourne
  • 7:05 – Pegasus Apartments Hotel – 206 A’Beckett St, Melbourne
  • 7:15 – Windsor Hotel – 111 Spring St, Melbourne (Hotel Guests Only)
  • 7:25 – The Savoy Hotel – 630 Little Collins St, Melbourne
  • 7:30 – Holiday Inn, 575 Flinders Ln, Melbourne
  • 7:35 – Immigration Museum, 400 Flinders St, corner of Market St, Melbourne.

Please arrive 5-10 mins prior to your nominated pickup time so as not to delay or miss your tour.

  • Water bottle
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Warm and cool clothing
  • Rain jacket
  • Camera
  • A sense of adventure
  • National Park fees
  • Courtesy Inner
  • City pick up and drop off
  • A friendly driver/guide
  • Informative tour commentary


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