10 August 2014

Grampians National Park

Explore one of the world’s oldest and most spectacular mountain ranges rich in Aboriginal history and wildlife.



Grampians National Park






RMIT student: $55

Guest: $85

Further details

Rich in Aboriginal history and an abundance of wildlife, your day trip to the Grampians is sure to leave you in awe.

En route to the Grampians, stop at the charming township of Beaufort and enjoy a complimentary morning tea.

As you drive on to the Grampians National Park, be sure to keep your eyes open as your experienced guide will point out unique wildlife including kangaroos, emus and a vast array of birdlife.

First stop in the Grampians is the delightful town of Halls Gap, where you have the chance to stretch those legs with a walk through the breathtaking Wonderland Ranges.

We will stop for lunch in Halls Gap before a visit to Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre. The centre brings to life the amazing history and culture of the local Aboriginal communities.

Challenge yourself as you hike to the remarkable Jaws of Death and Balconies lookouts where you will experience majestic views of the ranges. Cool off after your hike at the base of Australia's most inspiring waterfall - Mackenzie Falls.

Cost includes:

  • 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 and money for food and souvenirs

How to book

To qualify for the RMIT student rate you will need to present your current RMIT student card on the tour otherwise your tour will be forfeited and a refund will not be provided.

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This service is supported by your Student Services and Amenities Fee and presented by RMIT Trips and Tours.

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