Grampians National Park

One of the world’s oldest and most spectacular mountain ranges, The Grampians National Park is vast and impressive to all. A region of endless walking and hiking trails to suit all fitness levels, waterfalls, incredible views and lookout points, and rich Aboriginal culture and history. This much-loved part of Victoria is sure to awaken a sense of adventure within you.

Best Grampians National Park Tours from Melbourne

Somewhere as magnificent as The Grampians deserves to be explored properly, so allow our experienced guides to get you out to nature at its finest and be amazed by the most beautiful scenery.

Our Grampians Tour Great Escape Tour departs early in the morning to begin the 3 hour journey to the National Park and give you ample time to explore.

Grampians Tour Highlights and inclusions:

  • Reeds or Boroka Lookout
  • Halls Gap
  • Brambuk Cultural Centre
  • Stunning photo opportunities
  • Morning Tea
  • Experienced guide and driver
  • Comfortable transport
  • Melbourne CBD pick up and drop off

Grampians National Park Multi Day Trips from Melbourne

Make the most of your time in Victoria and join us for a multi-day tour! Choose from a 2- or 3-day tour, which will take the more scenic route along the breathtaking Great Ocean Road and visiting the 12 Apostles. A fantastic way to tick off two beautiful regions of the state and make some friends along the way.

Overnight tours of The Grampians and Great Ocean Road include:

  • Incredible coastal drive and views
  • Seaside towns of Apollo Bay and Lorne
  • Overnight stay in Halls Gap
  • Lookout points throughout The Grampians
  • Hiking bush trails

Book in today for your nature escape!

Frequently Asked Questions

What level of difficulty are the hikes on the Grampians tours?

Hikes on the Grampians tours may be over uneven terrain and require a moderate level of fitness. While the guide will selece appropriate walks for the group, you can do them at your own pace or choose to stay behind if you don’t feel up to it.

How long does it take to get to the Grampians?

The drive directly from Melbourne takes about 3 hours, stopping for morning tea on the way. If that sounds like a bit far for a one day tour, check out our two and three day tours that take in the Great Ocean Road to explore more of Victoria and stay the night in the Grampians.

What kind of animals will we see on the Grampians tours?

The Grampians is home to some of Australia’s best known wildlife. You’ll be pretty sure to see some kangaroos or wallabies, and hopefully you may see emus, echidnas and wombats. There are few koalas in the Grampians, but if you join a multi-day tour that includes the Great Ocean Road, you should see koalas at Kennett River.