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Grampians Halls Gap

The Grampians National Park is in the north west of Victoria. Famous for its series of five spectacular sandstone ridges running north to south with steep and craggy slopes on the eastern side and gentler slopes to the west, the Grampians are the result of earth movements lifting and tilting the hard sandstones to create an impressive landscape of peaks and valleys. Native animals run freely around the region; you will see lots of kangaroos, bird species and other creatures in an around Halls Gap. Let us show you the dazzling waterfalls, wildlife and awe-inspiring and lookouts of this awesome area.

Cost: $135.00

 

1 day

Suitable for all ages

Tour Highlights:

  • Explore the wonders of the Grampians
  • Take the step down to the base of Mckenzie’s Falls
  • Enjoy the views from the various lookouts
  • Visit the Aboriginal Culture Centre
  • Enjoy an ice cream in the gardens of Hall’s Gap village centre

Tour Includes:

  • Free pick ups from most city hotels/hostels
  • Free chilled water  (remember to bring your own water bottle)
  • Free park entry

The Day

  • Depart Melbourne at 6.30 am
  • Note: Pickup starts 45 minutes prior to departure time
  • (We stay ahead of the other buses allowing you to enjoy the stops)
  • Travelling west out of Melbourne we head directly to the Grampians, arriving at approx 9.30am
  • We head straight up the mountain stopping at some of the best lookouts
  • Our first stop is Boroka Lookout. Here you will get great views over the village of Halls Gap
  • When then head onto Reed Lookout and The Balconies(formely know as the Jaws of Death)
  • Our final lookout for the morning is the McKenzie Falls (400 steps to the bottom)
  • Remember to lookout for the vast number of wild life including kangaroos and wallabies. Many varieties of bird life including cockatoos frequent Halls Gap and surrounding area
  • After the lookout we head down the mountain to the local village Halls Gap
  • This will be our lunch stop (lunch at own cost)
  • Chance to browse the local shops, buy ice cream or some local fudge
  • After lunch our last stop is the Aboriginal Culture Centre, where you get to learn about some of the history of the Grampians
  • Finally we make our way back to Melbourne
  • Arrive in Melbourne at approx 7 pm

What To Bring

  • Hat, sunglasses and sunscreen
  • Rain jacket (just in case)
  • Warm clothes (just in case)
  • Camera (spare battery and memory card – you will need it)
  • Phone charger and cable
  • Comfortable walking shoes

The iconic and spectacular MacKenzie Falls is one of the largest waterfalls in Victoria.Flowing all year round, water cascades over huge cliffs into a deep pool, sending fine sprays of rainbow mist high into the air above a stunning gorge.

Cost: $135.00

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