Grampians Tours

Victoria’s Grampians National Park is one of the world’s oldest mountain ranges and boasts stunning natural scenery, making it well worth a visit. With plenty of Australian wildlife to encounter and breathtaking views, a Grampians Tour is a perfect escape for all animal and nature lovers.

Grampians National Park Tours from Melbourne

Starting bright and early, our exciting Grampians National Park tour departs from Melbourne in the morning and journeys towards the majestic mountain range of the Grampians National Park. On a Grampians day tour, enjoy travelling on an air-conditioned bus while you venture through the rugged landscape of the Grampians as our friendly driver tells you all about the land and its history. Once you arrive in the Grampians, keep any eye out for a range of unique wildlife, including kangaroos, wallabies, emus and beautiful birds.

Highlights of our Grampians National Park Tours from Melbourne include:

  • Enjoy the spray of water at popular waterfalls, McKenzie or Silverband
  • Incredible views from lookout points at the Jaws of Death
  • View the local scenery in Halls Gaps
  • Learn about Aboriginal culture and history
  • Bushwalks through enchanting natural scenery
  • Terrific photo opportunities overseeing Halls Gaps

For those who don’t speak or understand English, we got you covered! We offer variety of foreign language commentary on an iPod translation device.

Multiday Grampians and Great Ocean Road Tours

If a day tour on the Grampians is not enough for you, Last Minute Day Tours has you covered! We offer overnight tours combining two of Victoria’s most iconic tourism locations, the Grampians and Great Ocean Road. Experience the rugged coastal line of the Great Ocean Road then journey through the ancient mountain ranges of the Grampians.

Highlights of our overnight tours for Grampians and Great Ocean Road include:

  • Incredible coastal drives along the Great Ocean Road
  • A chance to see the amazing rock formations of the famous 12 Apostles
  • Learn the history behind the shipwreck in Loch Ard Gorge
  • Experience the local seaside towns of Apollo Bay, Lorne and Port Campbell.
  • Overnight stay in Halls Gap
  • Lake McKenzie or Silverband Falls
  • A chance to see the breathtaking scenery of the Grampians from lookout points.
  • Picturesque hiking bush trails
  • Plenty of terrific photo opportunities

Grampians Day Tours

Discover the spectacular landscapes and be in awe in the Australian wildlife of the Grampians National Park. Experience the gushing cascades of water and stunning views from lookouts that overlooks Halls Gap. On the Grampians Day tour, journey to one of the most popular lookouts, Reeds or Boroka Lookouts. Here you will receive stunning views over the entire Victoria Valley, Lake Wartook and Mt Difficult.

Frequently Asked Questions about Grampians

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.