Grampians National Park

Rising dramatically from the Western Plains in Victoria, are the impressive sandstone mountain ranges of the Grampians National Park. A popular destination for travellers from Melbourne, the Grampians offer visitors the chance to explore the dramatic scenery to discover powerful waterfalls, spectacular lookouts and the local wildlife. Our Grampians tours depart from Melbourne, taking in the awesome scenery, learning about the Indigenous history of the area and spotting the local wildlife in their natural habitat.

Top Grampians Day Tour

Our Grampians Day Tour departs Melbourne early in the morning, ready for a day of adventure in this stunning area of Victoria. The tour stops for morning tea at the quaint town of Beaufort before continuing on to the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Here you can learn the fascinating history and culture of the local Indigenous population, keeping your eye out for kangaroos and emus in the surrounding bushland. After a delicious lunch in Halls Gap, the tour heads up into the Grampian Ranges for bushwalks to discover the spectacular views and amazing waterfalls. If you are short on time, this One Day Grampians Tour will give you a great introduction into the impressive scenery of this stunning area of Victoria.

Grampians National Park Tours

What better way to enjoy the picturesque scenery of the Grampians National Park than staying overnight on one of our multi-day tours? Depart from Melbourne or Adelaide and spend two or three days exploring the Grampians and the Great Ocean Road. The multi-day tours let you delve deeper into the culture, history and amazing natural scenery of the Grampians and surrounding area.

If you are thinking about travelling between Melbourne and Adelaide, don’t take the boring option of flying and see nothing of the magical landscape that lies between these two cities. Join our two or three day tours that travel along the Great Ocean Road and stopover in the Grampians National Park overnight. The tours will take you along the fantastic coastal road to visit Victoria’s iconic 12 Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge, bedding down over night in Halls Gap in the Grampians National Park. If you are staying in Melbourne, we offer the 2 Day Great Ocean Road and Grampians Tour return to Melbourne.

Day Tours

Short Breaks


Frequently Asked Questions

How hard are the walks on the Grampians tour?

The walks we do on our Grampians tours require a moderate level of fitness. Your guide will select appropriate walks for the group on the day, which may include uneven surfaces and uphill sections. Of course, if you don’t feel up to it, you can sit out at any time.

Can we swim at McKenzie Falls?

Unfortunately, swimming is prohibited at McKenzie Falls, but the waterfalls are still impressive to see!

Where do we stay on the 2 Day Great Ocean Road and Grampians Tour?

The dormitory accommodation included in the 2 Day Tour is usually at Neds Beds Hostel in Halls Gap. If you upgrade to a private room, you may stay somewhere else including the YHA Eco Grampians or Grampians Motel. The accommodation may be different depending on the availability on your day of travel.