GRAMPIANS NATIONAL PARK
HOUSES THE WORLD`S MOST SPECTACULAR MOUNTAIN RANGES.
Known for its sandstone mountains, rich Aboriginal history, waterfall, exotic wildlife and wildflower, Grampians National Park houses the world’s most spectacular mountain ranges. It is a popular hiking destination, the best way to connect with and experience nature.
Departing From: Federation Square Bus & Coach Pickup Drop-off Zone
Pick up: 8:00 a.m.
Drop off: 8:00 p.m.
Difficulty Level: Medium
PRICING: Activity Price + Transaction Fee
All National Park entrance fees.
Transportation (In Air-conditioned) specialized for tours.
Friendly & informative tour guide whom you can also seek help to take your photos during the tour and friendly bus driver
Some snacks to level up your energy and soft drinks to prevent dehydration.
What we would advise you to get:
Comfortable hiking/walking shoes.
A jacket for your comfort
Hat and sunglasses
Medicines if you have car/motion sickness
Our busses are not suitable for children who are under 7 years old.
If you are unable to attend the tour and you want to receive a refund or reschedule your booking, an 8 days notice in writing needs to be e-mailed to Chillax Tours Australia:
For more information please visit our FAQ page.
Calling your attention to the visual experience of the place:
Ararat: A fresh start to the day calls for a morning tea break at the township of Ararat. Give yourself a little stretch and take a walk to the local cafés around the corner. We would encourage you to purchase food for the way from this place.
Boroka Lookout: One could experience the site of Mount William Ranges, Wonderland Range, Lake Bellfield and planes of east Grampians all at once from this place.
Reeds Lookout and The Balconies: This is another place that provides a breathtaking view overlooking the Victoria Valley and Ranges, Serra Range, Mount Difficult Range, and Lake Wartook.
Mackenzie Falls: Experience the tranquillity of waterfall sounds as you take the Mackenzie Falls Lookout Walk (40- 45mins) and MacKenzie Falls Walk (60 – 90 mins).
Halls Gap: A home to 150 varying species of mammals, birds, and reptiles. This place will be the meeting point with the kangaroos.