Experience the majestic splendour of the magnificent Grampians with Walkabout Gourmet Adventures. This unique area offers spectacular mountain scenery with peaks over 1,000 metres and numerous species of wildlife.
In spring, the National Park is ablaze with an endless variety of wildflowers - it is truly is a botanical paradise. Before European settlement in Australia, a large part of the Grampians was occupied by Aboriginals. Today, the region contains the greatest concentration of Aboriginal rock paintings in Victoria.
The Port Campbell and Otway National Parks are a perfect location for some fascinating coastal walking explore long stretches of un-spoilt coastline and walk up into the rainforest hinterland which provides shelter for an array of unique wildlife. You visit the famous 12 Apostles, huge limestone pillars worn and weathered by the stormy southern ocean. The magnificent Melba Gully is the jewel of the Otway National Park and renowned for its dense forests of Myrtle Beech.
In these marvellous regions, you stay in the best of both worlds - dramatic mountain scenery combined with spectacular coastal landscape. Stay in delightful accommodation and enjoy delicious cuisine from these different regions.
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Departure details: 17/11/18
Sat: 09:30am - 05:00pm
Walkabout Gourmet Adventures began operating tours in 1986 and has since gained a reputation for offering quality walking holidays in Australia, Europe and other worldwide locations. As the name infers, tours are much more than just a 'bush walk' but an introduction into the culinary delights of these wonderful regions.
Guests are able to learn about the natural attractions of the areas they are visiting while enjoying an active holiday staying in comfortable and charming accommodation. The small groups are personalized ensuring that the individual needs of each guests are met. Walking holidays in Victoria range from five to eight days. At Wilson's Promontory there is a five day tour where you will discover one of Australia's most outstanding National Parks.
The 'Prom' as it is affectionately known, is the most southerly point of mainland and it encompasses both magnificent coastal and mountain scenery. It is a paradise for native plants and the perfect habitat for the prolific wildlife.
The Grampians and Great Ocean Coastal Trail is an eight day tour which combines the majestic splendor of the rugged Grampian's National Park with the spectacular coast line of the Port Campbell and former Otway's National Park.
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