The Grampians National Park (Gariwerd) is an outdoor playground, full of possibilities for activities. From rock climbing to canoeing on its many lakes, it’s a great place to get your adventure fix.

Tap into our local knowledge and explore the lesser travelled parts of the national park. Visit local producers and wineries and watch the sunset from the best spots in the park.

Below are some examples of tours that we offer. For more information, get in touch! We love designing your ultimate outdoor adventure!


Peaks Travel Company offers the most comprehensive tours of the Grampians National Park

The Grampians National Park (Gariwerd) is an adventurist’s playground. Known for iconic sandstone cliffs and waterfalls, it is a world class rock climbing and hiking destination, and is also home to the largest concentration of Aboriginal rock art sites in south east Australia.

The sheer size of the National Park – 1,672 square kilometres, and over 100 kilometres from North to South – means it is best spent exploring it over a few days.

Peaks Travel Company offers small to medium group tours most suitable for student groups, corporate/business team building groups or anyone else! We can tailor our trips to any budget or ability.

Top to Bottom

3 Days, 2 Nights

Our Top to Bottom trip is an action packed 3 days that will leave you exhausted. Starting at the northern end of the Park, overlooking the vast Wimmera plains we will visit several ancient Rock Art shelters, scramble up Hollow Mountain and climb the most northern peak – Mt Zero.
Then we head for the heart of the Grampians – Halls Gap, our home base for the 2 nights.

Day 2 will be in the Central Grampians region, where we will visit the most famous sites; the Pinnacle and McKenzie Falls. The afternoon will be spent rock climbing amongst the iconic sandstone cliffs.

Day 3 sees us through the rugged Southern region. After leaving Halls Gap we will visit Silverband Falls and do a short walk to the Mt William peak (the highest in the Grampians and the highest point in western Victoria.) After lunch we will complete our last hike, the aptly named Mt Abrupt. On our way out we will have a quick stop at Mt Sturgeon (the most southern peak) and off we go back to Melbourne!