Fitness Level (1-4):
- Aboriginal Culture
- Australian Wildlife
- Spectacular Landscapes
- Lookouts & Waterfalls
Tour PointsBus Type: Small
Departs: 7:30 am Wed & Fri Melbourne
Returns: 9:00pm Melbourne
|Bring:||Sturdy walking shoes, sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, camera & small water bottle|
|Inclusions:||Experienced Driver Guide, Commentary, Travel in an air-conditioned coach|
Day 1: Melbourne - Grampians National Park
Depart Melbourne in your comfortable mini-coach and stop at Beaufort for morning tea. Then travel into the heart of the Grampians National Park, where you'll stretch your legs on a walk through the Wonderland Ranges. Visit picturesque Halls Gap, a unique village tucked away in the heart of the Grampians, for lunch (own expense). Here you can immerse yourself in Indigenous beliefs at the Bambruk Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Later, enjoy the views from the Boroka and Reeds Lookouts and admire the Jaws of Death. It's an easy walk to MacKenzie Falls, where there's time for a break before transferring to your evening's accommodation.
Accommodation: Halls Gap YHA (Dormitory), Halls Gap, 2 nights.
Day 2:Grampians Free Time
Today you have a full day at leisure in this natural wonderland. You could hit the waters of Lake Bellfield and Lake Wartook for fishing or canoeing, or take advantage of the rocky crags for rock climbing and abseiling (all own expense). There's the chance to see ancient Aboriginal rock art paintings in shelters throughout the park. Or perhaps set out on one of the numerous walking tracks for a casual stroll.
Included meals: Lunch
Day 3: Grampians Free Time - Melbourne
You'll have a free morning before boarding your coach for the return journey to Melbourne.
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