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Grampians National Park Small-Group Eco Tour from Melbourne

Highlights
  • Go deep into Grampians National Park for sightseeing, bush walks, and more
  • Enjoy gold rush towns, waterfalls, scenic lookouts, and native wildlife
  • Includes round-trip travel from Melbourne, breakfast, lunch, and activities
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Grampians National Park Small-Group Eco Tour from Melbourne
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Grampians National Park Small-Group Eco Tour from Melbourne
US$97.80
Overview
The jagged peaks and vast bushland of Grampians National Park lie just a few hours west of Melbourne. On this comprehensive full-day tour, take in all the natural highlights including Silverband Falls, MacKenzie Falls, stringybark forest, and Lake Bellfield; spot wild kangaroos and emus at Halls Gap; and hike to the Grand Canyon for a stunning view over Victoria Valley.
What to Expect
After hotel pickup in Melbourne, travel to Grampians National Park by air-conditioned minibus. Along the way stop at the historic gold rush town of Ballarat for breakfast, and Moyston—famously the birthplace of Australian Rules Football.

On arrival at the national park, take a short bush walk to Silverband Falls, and then visit Halls Gap, where you might spot wild kangaroos, wallabies, or emus roaming around town. After lunch, follow the Wonderland Walk to the Grand Canyon, one of the most spectacular sights in the Grampians.

Continue to Reeds Lookout for views over the stringybark forest and Victoria Valley before visiting magnificent MacKenzie Falls. The final stop is at the Boroka Lookout, where you can admire views of Halls Gap and Lake Bellfield.

On the return journey to Melbourne, stop for dinner (own expense) and enjoy nighttime views of the city before being dropped back at your hotel.
Reviews (58)
1 - 5 of 24 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Recommended day trip from Melb

Our guide, Jordan, was friendly, approachable and knowledgeable. The trip was enjoyable with great weather and views. Jordan brought us on the trek up to Grand Canyon and showed us to great photo spots. Recommended day trip from Melbourne!

Thank Jtjjm
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Highly enjoyable day trip from Melbourne

Our group was privileged to have not one but two wonderful tour guides in Adam and Amy. Amy was a great driver and got us safely to and from the Grampians. Adam's commentary was both informative and engaging. Jenny and I enjoyed Adam's anecdotes on...More

Thank Jeremyfromperth
Reviewed September 10, 2018 via mobile
Very good and valuable day tour in Melbourne

Joined a day tour to Grampians Park led by a professional tour guide Paul S. Paul is very professional and nice tour guide who provided a very good introduction about Melbourne and made us not feel boring even in a long hours journey. The tour...More

1  Thank Fanny L
Reviewed August 24, 2018 via mobile
Great view w great guide

Our guide/driver is Rachel and she is very knowledgeable w that stint of humour to keep everyone engage. Thanks so much for bringing us around for the whole day and keeping everyone on schedule!

Thank ShihShunF
Reviewed August 22, 2018 via mobile
Grampians National Park

We had a fantastic time at Grampians National Park. Jordan is a friendly, knowledgeable guide and a very safe driver. We had very blessed weather so we could enjoy the hikes to the ‘Grand Canyon’ and the McKenzie Falls. The views from all the lookouts...More

1  Thank Traveler325413
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Response from BettyChan | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Jeetendra, The Grampians Tour is a whole day long tour, from as early as 7am pick up to 9pm drop off, and it is a real long drive as well, so it seems almost impossible to come back to town at 5pm. But I thought it... More
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