Wildlife and Waterfalls at Grampians National Park
Grampians, wildlife and waterfalls - a trip that can't be missed!
Grampians National Park is one one of the world’s oldest and most spectacular mountain ranges, rich in Aboriginal history, and with an abundance of wildlife.
We'll stop at the charming township of Beaufort en route and enjoy a complimentary morning tea. Driving through the Grampians your experienced guide will point out unique wildlife, including kangaroos, emus and a vast array of birdlife - be sure to keep your eyes open!
Travel straight into the heart of the Grampians National Park to the delightful town of Halls Gap, then off to stretch those legs with a walk through the breath-taking Wonderland Ranges. We stop for a break at Halls Gap for lunch (salad roll, chips and water provided) before a visit to Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre. This centre brings to life the amazing history and culture of the local Aboriginal communities.
Hike to the remarkable Jaws of Death and Balconies Lookout experiencing majestic views and scenery. Then cool off at the base of Australia's most inspiring waterfall - Mackenzie Falls.
Return to Melbourne, stopping along the way for dinner (at own expense).
- Friendly and experienced driver/guide
- Salad Roll, chips and water for Lunch
- Transportation to and from Melbourne
**Please remember to bring a waterproof jacket, good walking shoes, valid RMIT student card and money for food and souvenirs**
Book before Sunday 2nd September to secure your spot!