The Grampians is a national park located 260km west of Melbourne. It is most famous for the spectacular rocky mountains from which fantastic views can be seen. The Grampians National Park is also home to an amazing range of plants and animals. You will see lots of wild kangaroos! Aboriginal people have lived here for 50,000 years and call this place Geriwerd.
After breakfast we visit the Cultural Centre before driving back up the mountain to Reid’s Lookout. From here we take a short walk to the Balconies. We then stop at McKenzie Falls for a picnic lunch before walking down to the base of the waterfalls. Finally we drive to Baroka Lookout for the spectacular views over the Grampians.
Mini-bus transport (max 24)
“Just awesome! Thanks to Matt for organising this wonderful trip and thanks to the group! You all helped making the Grampians unforgettable!”
Marc – Switzerland
“Awesome trip. I had a great time. Thank you so much Matt!”
Kyle – Hong Kong
“It couldn’t be better. I met a lot of new friends and I had fun at the Grampians!”
Edward – Korea
“As always an amazing experience, friendly people and a lot of fun. Matt you’re an amazing tour guide and cook!”
Juliana – Colombia
“The more I travel with Student Tour Services, the more I like it. This Grampians trip was just BRILLIANT! Impressive places, sights, views and beautiful people once again. Thank you so much dear guide!”
Yannis – France