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Small-Group Grampians Day Trip from Melbourne
"Meet at St Paul’s Cathedral in the early morning and depart the city in a comfortable air-conditioned minibus for the 3-hour drive to Grampians National Park. Take a break for morning tea before continuing into the park to visit the Boroka Lookou with depictions of people handprints animal tracks and birds among the findings. Learn about local indigenous cultures at your next destination Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Browse interactive displays
From AUD135.00
Grampians National Park Small-Group Eco Tour from Melbourne
"Departing Melbourne at around 8am you'll pass through Western Plains of Victoria on the way to historic Ballarat. Ballarat boomed in the 1850’s with the widespread discovery of gold in the district. Learn a little about the history and enjoy morning tea at the site of the infamous Eureka passing through the town of Moyston the birthplace of Australian Rules Football.Arrive at the foot of the Grampians Range known as Gariwerd in the local Jardwadjali language and immerse yourself in the Australian bush with a gentle stroll to the delightful Silverband Falls. head to the Wonderland Turntable for a short hike to the Grand Canyon. Marvel at the high rising rock walls crisscrossed with layering and fault lines showcasing the area’s unique geology. Stunning panoramas await at Reeds Lookout that overlooks the towering Stringybark Forest and Victoria ValleyThe next stop is MacKenzie Falls. No trip to the Grampians would be complete without a visit to thes
From AUD130.00
Grampians National Park Day Trip from Melbourne Including MacKenzie Falls
"After an early morning pickup from your centrally located Melbourne or St Kilda hotel travel over the Westgate Bridge as you head past the old major mining town of Ballarat to western Victoria stopping in the country town of Beaufort for morning tea. From here pass through the town of Arrarat before getting the first glimpse of the Grampi Wonderland and Serra Ranges. It is then time to stretch your legs with an easy bush walk to the geological icon of the Grampians; The Jaws of Death/Balconies where you are rewarded with great views over Victoria Valley. After the walk reboard the bus and begin to descend the Mt Difficult Range to Mackenzie Falls. A step series of stairs will take you to the bottom of the falls to take in the natural beauty of the falls and surrounding bush land. As you make your way back to Me"""Take a day trip from Melbourne to experience the natural wonders of the Grampians National Park. A geological playground for hikers rock climbers and wildlife
From AUD113.00

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hayward's oak hotel restaurant

At the oldest housing ,black door hidden a friendly restaurant. I hv been living there for 2months, it is always my favorite, the cosy warm restaurant got a range of dishes, from easy going chip n...
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Pipers of Penola

In my humble opinon, this is the best restaurant in Penola. Many a time has my family made the 50 km trip up the road for great food, wine, and atmosphere! That would have to be the best thing about...
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Piper's of Penola

This was an old church or school house or something. It was very pretty inside and very comfortable. The food was outstanding and the wine list was too. It was so good we went there twice. from the...
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