Featured guest review:
‘I had a great time on this trip. Carla was an amazing guide. We were taken to multiple lookout points where we got great views of the surrounding scenery. We also did a few walks including a hike to the Mackenzie waterfalls. A highlight of the trip was seeing the kangaroo joeys resting in their mums pouches. You can’t get more Australian than that. Although there was a lot of driving involved, the day went really fast and I never found myself getting restless. Definitely a really fun day out.’ Cam
- Enjoy a day exploring the stunning Grampians in regional Victoria
- Visit scenic sites such as The Balconies and McKenzie Falls
- Take in the views from glorious Boroka Lookout
- Encounter Aussie wildlife, including kangaroos and wallabies
- Discover local Indigenous history and culture at the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre
- Maximum group size: 24.
- Guided tour with commentary
- Comfortable air-conditioned transport
- CBD hotel pick-up and drop-off
- Friendly and knowledgeable guide
- Sightseeing stops at various points of interest
- Pizza lunch in Halls Gap
- Visit to the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre.
Adults: AUD $129pp
Children (8 to 12 years): AUD $85pp
This tour is not suitable for children under the age of eight.
What you can expect
Experience the natural beauty and Indigenous significance of Victoria’s famous Grampians National Park (known by the First People as Gariwerd) on this small group Grampians Day Tour from Melbourne. The tour operates at a relaxed pace and includes all the must-see sights.
Following hotel pick-ups, you’ll head northwest towards the Grampians range. The drive takes around three hours and comfort stops are provided as needed. On arrival at the Grampians you’ll ascend into the majestic peaks, and stop at various lookouts and points of interest. Make sure your camera is fully charged! [More]
Some of the highlights of this Grampians Day Tour from Melbourne include the magnificent views from The Balconies and a walk to beautiful McKenzie Falls (steps are involved and the walk is optional). You’ll also visit the scenic Boroka Lookout and some of the water reservoirs dotted throughout the range — where you’re quite likely to encounter Aussie wildlife, including some of our most beautiful bird species. As you travel through the Grampians you’re almost guaranteed of seeing kangaroos and wallabies. Stunning wildflowers bloom for much of the year.
In the historic township of Halls Gap you’ll enjoy a delicious included pizza lunch, and have ample free time to explore purchase souvenirs. Next, the tour heads to the wonderful Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre. This amazing facility brings the heritage of the traditional Indigenous owners to life.
The tour arrives back in Melbourne around 9pm. You’ll have the opportunity to purchase dinner en route (own expense).
This Grampians Day Tour from Melbourne provides a friendly way to experience a truly magnificent part of Australia.
Cam (10/9/2018) - Via TripAdvisor
I had a great time on this trip. Carla was an amazing guide who was clearly passionate about her job and happy to answer any questions. She made an effort to speak to everyone and was energetic throughout the whole day. We were taken to multiple lookout points where we got great views of the surrounding scenery. We also did a few walks including a hike to the Mackenzie waterfalls, which was absolutely beautiful. A highlight of the trip was seeing the kangaroo joeys resting in their mums pouches. Can’t get more Australian than that. Although there was a lot of driving involved, the day went really fast and I never found myself getting restless. Definitely a really fun day out. Highly recommended.
Marcus (17/2/2018) - Via TripAdvisor
I booked a 1 day Grampians Tour as I had previously done a Great Ocean Road tour and loved it and the Grampians has always been a place that I have wanted to visit whenever I have visited Melbourne in the past but never had the time until now. The tour guide Dave who picked me up and dropped me off back at the hotel, was one of the best tour guides I have come across. He was a friendly guy with a great sense of humour who knew everything about the Grampians and made the effort to get to know everyone on the bus and where they came from which was a nice touch. Got to see great views of the Grampians and had a great day out.
Julia (1/2/2018) - Via TripAdvisor
We drove to several lookouts with amazing views. We also did a little bit of walking, but not more than 3-4 km. We went to Mackenzie waterfalls. It was very beautiful! This is a very good tour when you love nature. Although it takes 4 hours to drive from Melbourne to the Grampians, it’s worth it!
Start your booking
Cover image: Rob Blackburn