Grampians National Park

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Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 177 reviews

The first stop was morning tea and cake in the park near Eureka where Stockade on Dec 03, 1854. It was a nice short walk to the Silverband falls before lunch in the Halls Gaps. It was interesting to see waterfall right into the rock and water disappeared underground, so you can walk in to to touch the falls. Afternoon: we took short walk along Grand Canyon Wonderland. The formation of rocks was amazing and impressive. We even posed a group picture of Go West formation. We had time to explore Mackenzie Falls and Broken Falls, both of falls were magnificent. We had really good time with Driver and guide Sara from Go West on the tour. She had took good care of us and had talked about history, nature, birds, and some jokes to make day relaxing. There was enough time to enjoy each stop on the schedule. This trip was lucky to see 10 emu and a mock of kangaroo and spent time with them in the wild. We really enjoyed this wonderful Grampians NP tour.

Lizy was a great guide. She told us interesting information and history about the place, aboriginal people. She has bright, happy energy and made my day great even though people was bit shy and calm. Pianacle track wasn’t tough so It’s good to go with kids. There are more than 250 stairs on the way to Mckenzie falls, it was quite hard when we came back from there. Recommend you to wear a sneakers. And we saw a few wild animals, wallaby and kangaroos! Definitely worth to go.

Darren is a super awesome tourguide, I would like to give hime 5 stars review. He made the trip wonderful and interesting more. Unfortunately, I didn't have him three days , the last day we were change to other guy's group . He is not enthusiastic and even can't start each stop on time which he set the time himself. Thanks God I have a good for two days. A good Tourguide determines your trip good or not.

A wonderful experience. The Great Ocean Road offers absolutely stunning views as you drive past some pretty seaside towns. There was plenty of time for stops for photos, walks, food and drinks etc. The bus was quite cramped, not much leg room. Laid back and friendly drivers and fellow travellers from around the world added to the experience. Good catering along the way.

Super nice guide, really fun tour, got to see lots of fantastical Australian wildlife up close in nature and beautiful countryside, with a really easy way to do it on a short bus with small group of other travelers. Beaches to Hall's Pass, 350 people, 35,000 kangaroos, recommend!