Next you drive along a four-wheel-drive track for vistas of the surrounding countryside and valleys of the Mount Buangor State Park before going into Mount Langi Ghiran State Park, to see unique wildflowers, an aboriginal art site and wild nature.
Before you enter Ararat, the tour will stop off for some wine tasting at the famous Langi Ghiran winery. The cellar door has fabulous vistas of the surrounding mountains.
In Ararat the tour will visit the Gum San Chinese Heritage Centre which tells the story about the Chinese gold miners who traveled from South Australia and found the rich Canton Lead on the Ararat goldfields.
After lunch the drive will venture into the Pyrenees Ranges to see wild nature and views of the countryside before entering Avoca to discover the gold and wine heritage of the Pyrenees region.
This tour is Ecotourism Certified.
Cost per Adult. Melbourne customers catch a return journey V/Line train (own expense) from Southern Cross Railway Station Melbourne to Ballarat, where your guide will meet you.
Cost per child 6 years - 15 years. Children five years and below are free
Morning tea, Mount Buangor and Langi Ghiran State Parks, Wine tastings at Grampians and Pyrenees cellar doors, Entrance to Gum San Chinese Museum, Personalised Ecoguide.
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Departure details: 18/01/21 - 31/12/21
Daily: 08:00am - 06:00pm
- Ararat and Mt Buangor State Park
See the black wallabies and waterfalls at Mt Buangor State Park. See the aboriginal culture and wild nature of Mt Langi Ghiran Park. Discovery the life of the Chinese gold miners at Gum San Chinese Heritage centre. Visit Grampians and Pyrenees cellar doors for wine tastings. View native animals and birds. Travel through Historical gold rush towns.
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