Explore the Grampians National Park, one of the oldest and most magnificent mountain ranges in the world. Rich in Aboriginal cultural significance and history.
Travel to the Grampians or Gariwerd with Autopia Tours. one of Australia’s majestic, historic mountain ranges. Enjoy the breathtaking sights and breathtaking scenery. Learn about and value the rich Aboriginal heritage. Visit the Grampians National Park to see its natural fauna and rich vegetation. On this Grampians Tour, take in the sights of sandstone ridges, untamed mountain ranges, expansive vistas, and beautiful waterfalls. as well as the active plant and animal life.
Take advantage of the best viewpoint vistas and wilderness hiking routes that the Grampians National Park has to offer. One of the oldest and most magnificent mountain ranges in the entire planet. Wildlife abounds, and the area is rich in Aboriginal history. The Grampians will undoubtedly astound you. Stop at the Beaufort Township on the way to the Grampians to enjoy your morning tea.
Your knowledgeable guide will point out our distinctive animals as you travel through the Grampians. among them are kangaroos, emus, a wide variety of birds, and seasonal native flora. After that, proceed to the charming town of Halls Gap in the heart of the Grampians National Park. After that, go for a walk across the stunning scenery to stretch your legs.
In the middle of the Grampians, in Halls Gap, you take a rest and have lunch (own expense). Than going to the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Center. The amazing history, artwork, and culture of the indigenous communities in the area are brought to life in this centre. After that, take a trek to the amazing Jaws of Death and Balconies Lookout to take in the breathtaking panorama. appears in the well-known Japanese animated film “Princess Mononoke.” then wander to Mackenzie Falls, Australia’s most inspirational waterfall (alternatively Silverband Falls or Beehive Falls). We stop for dinner along the way back to Melbourne at our own expense.
* To complete the walks, you must be in a moderate level of physical condition. Due to the degree of fitness needed and the amount of walking involved, the minimum age to participate in this tour is 8.
Grampians National Park is a National Historic Landmark.
Enjoy the summit views from Reeds, Boroka, and the Balconies while immersing yourself in the Traditional history of Brambuk the National Park & Cultural Center.
Above all watch out for interactions with kangaroos and emus in the wild in Australia.
Visit Silverband Falls or Mackenzie Falls to find inspiration.
Led wilderness hikes and expansive trail hikes
Examine the Grampians National Park’s Halls Gap village.
Entry fees for national parks
Centre for Aboriginal interpretation
Guided bush hikes* (*2 hours of hiking depending on fitness level)
Observations of Australian fauna in the wild!
Water refill station on board
Excellent driver’s guide
Air-conditioned minibus transportation
Detailed tour commentary
Choose pick-up and drop-off locations in the city
Available in ten languages is audio translation
Any meals that are not specified in the itinerary
It is advised to buy travel insurance.
1L refillable water bottle, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, windbreaker or raincoat, comfortable walking shoes (closed shoes), small daypack weighing 5 to 7 kg, cash for snacks and meals, and a camera to document every experience.
Children ages 0 to 12 are subject to child fares. Children under the age of five should not take this tour owing to the nature and amount of walking required.
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