DURATION3 days / 2 nights
DEPARTURE TIME7:00AM
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PassengersPrice (per person)
Min. 30+$418
40+$388

Harlan will be taking you on a weekend away to the Grampians, which you’ll never forget. This tour is best-suited for whom love walking and exploring nature.

The Grampians are a series of five spectacular sandstone ridges running north to south with steep and craggy slopes on the eastern side and gentler slopes to the west. They are the result of earth movements lifting and tilting the hard sandstones to create an impressive landscape of peaks and valleys. There are lookouts with stunning panoramic views as well as a number of impressive waterfalls.

Brambuk is a special place. Situated in Halls Gap within the natural oasis that is Grampians/Gariwerd National Park, it is the perfect place to experience Australia’s native flora and fauna and Aboriginal culture.
The site incorporates the National Park information and Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre.

Brambuk is 100% owned and operated by Aboriginal people and is the longest running Aboriginal Cultural Centre in Australia.

Its multi award-winning architecture interprets the traditional stories of the local Aboriginal people. Discover the culture of the Aboriginal communities of Western Victoria through multimedia shows, art exhibitions, artefact displays, cultural talks and lots of great activities such as didgeridoo music, traditional dance, basket weaving, boomerang throwing and painting.

Discover the unique Six Seasons of Gariwerd through the displays or join the Aboriginal guides on tours to ancient rock art sites and experience the secrets of the natural world. Brambuk Gift Shop offers art and crafts, ceramics, paintings, boomerangs and music. The Bush Tucker Café is licensed and serves delicious bush tucker and contemporary food.

For more information and booking enquiries, please call +61 3 9354 5025.
Alternatively, email info@harlan.com.au or enquire online now and we will get back to you very shortly.

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Day 1: 7.00am Depart Melbourne

Our first stop of the day is the Best’s Great Western winery before we visit Bunjils Shelter, one of the best preserved Aboriginal Rock art sights in the Grampians. Another stop at the Gap Vineyard winery to stock up for the night and approximately 5pm we arrive at our accommodation. Free time to settle in, walk, explore, see the kangaroos, and relax. BBQ Dinner and camp fire.
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Day 2:

– This morning after our breakfast we depart at 9am and drive to Wonderland Car Park for a 2 hour walk to the Pinnacle and return. Around 11.30am we continue our tour to the Boroka Lookout, McKenzie Falls, Reeds Lookout and the Balconies (to see these 3 lookouts and to do the walks if you like) before lunch (at own expense)
We then drive down along Silver band Road to Silverband Falls for a 600 metre walk (1 hour) before we return to our accommodation with an optional Petanque Tournament at Australia’s Best Petanque Venue – quote Guy Detot, Australian Petanque Coach. Our fantastic Roast Dinner will be prepared by your ‘masterchef’ with Camp Fire option.
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Day 3:

– After breakfast, we leave our accommodation at 9am to visit Brambuk Aboriginal Centre (1-2 hours) before we head towards Dunkeld for lunch (own expense). (Optional walks – Mt William 3 hours or Mt Abrupt 3 hours). We then head back to Melbourne via Ballarat or Geelong.

*This itinerary covers all the main attractions in a nice relaxed way (walking). It makes an excellent tour and we know what our International visitors best what they want to see. It is only a suggested itinerary-to suit all those who wish to participate and get value for money.

  • Three days &two nights shared accommodations
  • One BBQ dinner one roast dinner bed & two breakfasts

Lunch at own Expense
*Please Note: should there be any other added cost such as entrance fee will occurred at own cost