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Grampians National Park: Rock Climbing Adventure

1. Grampians National Park: Rock Climbing Adventure

Challenge yourself and enjoy the unique landscapes that Grampians National Park has to offer. Gariwerd rock is full of 'crags' and provides suitable rock climbing options for all ages and levels of experience. Upon assessing your ability and experience, one of the local partner's experienced climbing guides will select a site suited to your skills and the experience you're after.  After a thorough safety briefing, you can then take to the walls and the vertical realm. These sessions are great for any ability or age, and you can feel free to go at your own pace. 

Grampians National Park: Half-Day Abseiling Adventure

2. Grampians National Park: Half-Day Abseiling Adventure

Abseiling is a great adventure that is open and adaptable to anyone. If you are scared of heights don't worry, as the experienced guides will make you feel as comfortable as possible. You will learn to trust the guides and the equipment, leaning back over the edge and letting gravity do its work.  A range of abseils are available depending on the age, experience and desired challenge. Lengths range from 8 to 30 meters, so there's something for everyone.  The local partner prides themselves on their ability to adapt and deliver a great experience for anyone who is willing.

Adelaide to Melbourne: 3-Day Ultimate Overland Journey

3. Adelaide to Melbourne: 3-Day Ultimate Overland Journey

Embark on a 3-day tour from Adelaide to Melbourne with accommodation in the heart of the Grampians surrounded by kangaroos and cockatoos. Travel south to the Shipwreck Coast and visit the 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and other stunning locations before continuing the journey to Melbourne along the Great Ocean Road. Day 1: Adelaide - Halls Gap Depart the city through the Adelaide Hills en route to the Grampians National Park. Traveling through the western plains of Victoria, watch as the mountain range slowly grows on approach. Hike to the base of Mackenzie Falls and explore other famed lookouts of The Balconies and Boroka Lookout before checking in for the night in the heart of the Grampians Halls Gap. Day 2: Halls Gap - Warrnambool Start the day with a hike up to the iconic Pinnacle lookout with an amazing view over the Grampians. Later, visit the Tower Hill Conservation Reserve, an extinct volcano, rich in Aboriginal history and an abundance of wildlife. Finish the day with time to relax in the town of Warrnambool, before coming together for a group dinner and at a local hotspot (dinner and beverages at guests' own expense). Day 3: Warrnambool - Melbourne The last day is a journey along the historic Great Ocean Road. Begin with the highlights of the 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, and London Bridge. Embark on a guided rainforest walk before lunch in the popular seaside town of Apollo Bay. Follow the road to its end as it twists and turns with stops at Memorial Arch and a famous surf beach or two, arriving in Melbourne in the evening.

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What people are saying about Halls Gap

Amazing day!!!

A fantastic day, with a fantastic THANK YOU to our guide David W. (fantastic clarification, great sense of humor, good driving => All was perfect) Lovely views and unforgettable thoughts about amazing nature view.

Our guide was so great.

We had a great time with our guide, Hiro! He knew many things and so friendly as well. The destination was so beautiful, too. We could have a special time. Thanks a lot, Hiro!!

The food would not be enough. A sandwich for 12 hours. There was no possibility to buy something. The cafe in Beaufort was closed.

Pro and seasoned instructor. Able to guide us in spite of the weather condition.

Very nice tour with great views. Very nice guide. All in all a nice day