Halls Gap
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Grampians National Park: Canoeing Experience

1. Grampians National Park: Canoeing Experience

Canoeing can give you the chance to relax and unwind surrounded by striking natural landscapes. Following a safety briefing, qualified guides will introduce you to the techniques needed to manoeuvre successfully around the lake. Your experience will combine interesting scenery with the chance to encounter local wildlife. The guides will also share stories and impart knowledge about the area. These sessions are great for any ability or age.

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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.

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From Melbourne: Grampians National Park & Kangaroos

3. From Melbourne: Grampians National Park & Kangaroos

Travel over the Westgate Bridge as you head past the old major gold mining town of Ballarat to western Victoria stopping in the country town of Beaufort for morning tea. Pass through the town of Arrarat before getting the first glimpse of the Grampians as they come into view from what appears to be from nowhere. Stop at the Brambuk Cultural and Information Center where you’ll learn about the six seasons of the Grampians and the connection the local indigenous have had with the land for thousands of years Continue to the only town inside the park Halls Gap, where guests can purchase lunch from one of the local cafes. Following lunch head into the mountains to Boroka Lookout that overlooks the Western Plains of Victoria and the Mt William, Wonderland and Serra Ranges. Next, 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 descend the Mt Difficult Range to Mackenzie Falls. Climb the stairs to the bottom of the falls and take in the natural beauty of the falls and surrounding bush land. As you make your way back to Melbourne, your guide will make sure you get some time to view large mobs of kangaroos that call the Grampians home.

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What people are saying about Halls Gap

Jared was an amazing guide for us. His understanding of canoeing, wildlife, birds, local knowledge the whole Grampians and Hall's Gap area was fantastic. His patience with the group in skill difference is second to none, while he also tailored the tour direction based on his people skills. A superb tour. 10/10 would do it again. Thank you!

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!!

Adrian took us on a wonderful trip around the lake. He was extremely knowledgeable, approachable and engaging.

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