You will travel into the heart of the Grampians National Park and stretch those legs with a walk to the Boroka Lookout where breathtaking
Visit Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre, and then enjoy lunch (at your own expense) in Halls Gap. Hike to the remarkable Jaws of Death or Balconies and Reeds Lookout, experiencing majestic views and scenery.
Have your camera ready for the local kangaroos who come hopping out all around the town of Halls Gap later in the afternoon.
Cool off at the base of Mackenzie Falls. Return to Melbourne, stopping along the way for dinner at own expense.
Adult fares apply from 13 yrs old and over. A moderate level of fitness is required.
Child fares apply from 6 to 12 yrs old. This tour is not suitable for infants or children 5 years and under, due to the nature of the tour and amount of walking involved. A moderate level of fitness is required.
Aboriginal History and Culture National Park entry fees On-board free Wi-Fi access On-board water refill station Modern air-conditioned vehicles Experienced Driver/Guide Informative Tour Commentary Audio translation App in 10 languages Inner city hotel pickup/drop off
Days of operation:
Departure details: 01/04/20 - 31/03/22
Tue/Fri/Sun: 07:35am - 08:30pm
Departure details: 01/10/21 - 31/03/22
Wed: 07:35am - 08:30pm
- Brambuk Aborigonal Cultural Centre
Learn about the deep significance of this National Park for the Jardwadjali and Djab Wurrung people. The Gariwerd Creation Story depicts the Aboriginal legend of Tchingal the giant emu and Waa the crow and the formation of the Grampians-Gariwerd mountains.
- Reeds lookout and the Balconies
Head up to the famous Reeds look out before taking a walk out to the Jaws of Death for stunning views over the Balconies.
- Mackenzie Falls
Hike down to the base of this majestic waterfall, or walk out over the top to view the falls from above, either way the beauty of this iconic landmark is breathtaking.
- Boroka Lookout
A perfect viewing point to take in the majesty of the Grampians-Gariwerd National Park, you will really see why it is called The Gap.
- Spot Wild Kangaroos
Later in the day the local Kangaroo population come out to graze and socialise. You will get to observe and take pictures up close of this famous Australian animal.
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