The impressive sandstone mountain range of the Grampians National Park is Victoria’s hidden gem.
Take a private, small group tour with Melbourne Touring Company and you can experience this region for yourself.
Immerse yourself in the breath-taking views, volcanic history, powerful waterfalls and wildlife of the Grampians. On this tour you’ll enjoy a relaxed pace with plenty of opportunity to explore the landscape and interact with wildlife. You will see geological formations 430 million years old. Wallabies, kangaroos, emus, goats and deer are frequently encountered.
You will visit the acclaimed Aboriginal-owned Brambuk Cultural Centre and take a short walk through stunning forests and beside waterfalls.
Melbourne Touring Company offers a customised, small group, fixed price, private tour for up to 13 guests. Experienced tour guides will share their knowledge and passion for the region, enhancing your experience and memories
Choose from one of the tour plans or design your own tour highlights.
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Bus and driver/guide Personalised pick up and drop off National Park fees Bottled water
Explore the stunning scenery of Victoria on a private tour with Melbourne Touring Company.
Choose between one, two or three day private small group tours and personalised charters. Visit Victorian destinations known for their world-class attractions and spectacular scenery.
Popular tours include Great Ocean Road and the penguins at Philip Island. For nature lovers, the Grampians and Wilson's Promontory will be highlights of your trip. Small, modern buses and experienced guides ensure a memorable, customised trip.
Melbourne Touring Company was established in 2016 by John Stapleton, who wanted to offer something different to Victoria’s millions of visitors.
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