Grampians National Park Day Trip
Escape Melbourne for a day of exploring at truly stunning part of Victoria. The Grampians National Park is rich in spectacular views and scenery and its fair share of history as well.
Visit the Aboriginal Cultural Centre and learn the stories of the early settlers in the area. Walk to Boroka Lookout and explore the quaint little town of Halls Gap. Visit the Balconies/Jaws of Death and Reeds Lookout and marvel at the amazing views from this spot.
Trek down the gorgeous track to Mackenzie Falls and view the beautiful waterfall before making your way back to Melbourne.
- Friendly informative tour guide
- All park entrance fees
- Morning tea
“The Grampians is a really great place to see Australian native wildlife in their natural habitat, the mountainous ranges and hikes are amazing and Halls Gaps is a nice little town to visit as well” – Cameron – One Stop Adventures Travel Expert
- Hike to Boroka Lookout
- Visit the Balconies/Jaws of Death
- Check out the views at Reed Lookout
- Visit the Aboriginal Cultural Centre
- Explore Halls Gap
- Mackenzie Falls
- Lots of Aussie wildlife
Depart Melbourne around 7:00am and head for the Grampians National Park!
Visit the Aboriginal Cultural Centre.
Hike to Boroka Lookout.
Have lunch while exploring Halls Gap. (Lunch at own expense)
Visit the Balconies/Jaws of death and view Reeds Lookout.
See plenty of wildlife along the way!
Visit Mackenzie Falls.
Return to Melbourne with a short stop for dinner (own expense) arriving back around 9:00pm.
Departs: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
What to bring: Comfortable walking shoes, Sunscreen, water, hat, warm clothing, and camera