This tour is perfect if only in the Halls Gap for a short time as it covers the Grampians National park, the vineyards, local brew house and includes wine/beer tasting and lunch. Start the morning with a visit to Boroka lookout and learn about the national park during this drive. Once back down the mountain visit one of Australia's oldest vineyards, have a guided underground cellar tour and wine tasting. Next stop - another local vineyard for more wine tasting before heading to the local brewery for a tour before sitting down to enjoy lunch and of course a glass of local brew or wine.
Want the entire bus to yourselves, booking less than six people accepted, however cost per person will increase.
Visit 4-5 vineyards in the area. With options to purchase food along the way.
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Grampians Wine Tours offer a variety of tours that include the Grampians National park, local vineyards, breweries, the silo art trail and more. With their most popular tours on Saturdays, the Grampians Grapes & Grains Tour and the Wine & Beer Blast.
With small groups of up to eleven people (contact them for larger groups) you receive personal service from experienced and passionate tour guides to make the tour fun informative and interesting.
Visit highlights of the Grampians, underground cellar tours, tastings and picturesque views are all included or jump on their silo art tour - this very unique 'street art' trail that has be very popular on a national and international level with visitors from every corner travelling to get up close to these amazing bush creations. Learn about the heart of the wheat belt and the small Wimmera towns you drive through while admiring the silo art.
Tours departing the heart of the Grampians from Halls Gap, plus the townships of Pomonal, and Stawell. Contact Grampians Wine Tours for custom and private tour options of different tour types and times and days to suit the needs of everyone.
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