• Nature & wildlife tours

High Country Huts Beyond Licola (3 days)

Princes Street, Traralgon, Victoria, 3844

Enjoy breathtaking scenery and a rich history as you explore the Alpine National Park north of Licola. Amongst smooth trunked snowgums discover some of the oldest huts in the Snowy Range and Moroka areas.

Wayne, your guide is passionate about the mountains, high country history and the pioneer skills used in hut making. Long before the hut builders, aboriginal people walked the pathways of these mountains and you will learn of the strong connection they have to their country today. Hear about how and why each hut was built, as well as well as some colourful tales from the local area as only Wayne can tell them.

Enjoy short walks with stunning scenery and take time to enjoy the small details too as Wayne shares his love for local flora and fauna.

This short break holiday includes two nights in basic cottage accommodation at Licola, a tiny town with a fascinating story all of its own. Group size is limited to four participants. Additional tour dates available on demand.

Type Indicative prices

Three day package. Includes travel from the departure point, accommodation, meals and expertise of a local guide. Rates for personalised departures on application.



The tour package includes travel from the departure point, accommodation, meals and expertise of a local guide.

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  • Next scheduled departure - November 29-December 1, 2019. Then April 2020. Please contact Gippsland High Country Tours for full day by day itinerary or to discuss other dates available. Minimum group numbers apply.

Discover nature on a small group, guided nature tour or walking ecotour with Gippsland High Country Tours. Escape from the pressures of everyday life and experience the serenity of Gippsland and the beyond on a fully packaged tour with cosy accommodation every night.

Gaze over a sea of mountains, breathe in the clear mountain air and touch the smooth trunks of snow-gums. Experience deserted beaches or ancient forests. Listen to bird calls as you wander along fern-lined tracks beneath towering trees or across alpine plains with wildflowers at your feet.

Join a small friendly group of like-minded nature lovers led by experienced local guides, keen to share their love and knowledge of nature with you.

Take your time, appreciate the beauty and listen as your guide explains the interaction of plants and animals. Wildlife sightings are common and leisurely pace allows time for bird watching. Choose short or long walks with magnificent scenery and rich history.

Your guides know that you need a balance of activity and relaxation, so as well as structured activities and walking we allow time to relax and enjoy nature and the unique environments you visit.

Experience solitude, peace and tranquillity and return home truly refreshed.

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Princes Street, Traralgon, Victoria, 3844

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