We at Grace Touring acknowledge First Nations people past, present and future. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded, and pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.
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Find nature to explore in the links below:
Press here for Great Otway National Park – Gadubanud Country.
Rivers run through pristine rainforest, waterfalls framed by ancient mountain ash spill out to meet the South-West coast of Victoria and the wild Southern Ocean. This is one of our favourite places to explore.
Press here for Lanjanuc – Mount Alexander Regional Park – Jaara Jaara Country.
Rare species of plants decorate ancient granite stone in this haunting beautiful Park. In Dja Dja Wurrung Language the mountain is Lanjanuc named by the Jaara Jaara people. Lanjanuc has many recreational walking tracks, with stunning view and range in degree of difficulty from the easy to the challenging.
Press here for Croajinolong National Park – Bidawal and Nindi-Ngudjam Ngarigu Monero Country.
Small coves with rocky headlands in our heart, our heads full of heathlands and wild flowers, we roll down white dunes to immerse in the waters of wide open beaches. This coastal park is met by the Tasman Sea of the Pacific Ocean. The scenery is spectacular and varied.
Press here for Werribee Gorge – Wathaurong Country.
Spectacular views along the rocky rims and serene sounds in deep in the belly of an ancient gorge.
Press here for the Mornington Peninsula National Park – Boonwurrung Country.
From restaurants to rock pools, wineries to wild beaches, grand mansions to geothermal hot springs, cafes to cliffy coastal walls, the Mornington Peninsular has something for everyone.
Press here for Djuirite – Mount Arapiles – Land of the Djuirite Balug and Wotjobalak people
Rising sharply from the Wimmera plains to form Djurite also known as Mount Arapiles is widely regarded as the top rock climbing area in Australia.
Press here for Wilsons Promontory National Park – Boonwurrung and Kunai Country
Victoria’s largest coastal wilderness area is Wilsons Promontory National Park. It is affectionately known as ‘The Prom’.
Press here for the Dandenong Ranges National Park – Woiwurrung and Boon Boonwurrung Country .
Mystical forest, beautiful gardens, great cafes with gourmet food. If you want to get out in nature, but don’t have the time to wander too far from Melbourne, don’t look past the Dandenongs. Only one hour’s drive from Melbourne’s CBD The Dandenong Ranges has something for everyone.
Press here for Mungo National Park – Barrindji Country .
World Heritage Mungo National Park, home of the famous Mungo Lady and Mungo Man, a place rich in Aboriginal history.
Press here for Gariwerd – The Grampians National Park – Djab Wurrung and Jardwadjali Country
Rugged mountain ranges, spectacular waterfalls and wildflowers, ancient Aboriginal art. Gariwerd is Stunning.
Press here for Jervis Bay National Park – Yuin Country
Crystal blue salty water, white sand and secret coves. Jervis Bay is paradise. Green Patch is the perfect place to camp with the whole family.
Press here for Alpine National Park – Jaitmatang Country
Press here for Mallee Country – Latje Latje and Wegaia Country.
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