- This tour takes you through the scenic Adelaide Hills with a morning stop to grab a bite to eat and a tea or coffee. Lunch before entering Halls Gap, gateway to the famed Grampians National Park.
- Walk around dusk, when wildlife, such as wallabies, kangaroos, cockatoos and kookaburras, come out to play, for an easy 1 hour through rocky outcrops and forests to The Balconies, another stunning geological formation.
- Take a 2 hour hike to The Pinnacle, probably the finest viewpoint in the Grampians. This is very strenuous and you need to have a good level of fitness.
- Visit the Brambuk Cultural Centre to learn about the local Aboriginal history and the Tower Hill Reserve, home to wetlands, a lake, abundant wildlife and a dormant volcano.
- Stop at several extraordinary rock formations along the Shipwreck Coast, such as the Bay of Martyrs, London Bridge and Loch Ard Gorge and the famed Twelve Apostles at sunset.
- An easy walk (1 hour) through the Great Otway National Park
- Take a quick dip in the ocean or explore the artistic beachside villages of Apollo Bay and Lorne.
- See surfers in action at famed beaches such as Bells Beach and Torquay, stop at Kennett River Koalas.
Sometimes the itinerary must be flexible due to road and weather conditions
The hike to the Pinnacle is the most challenging walk on the tour through rough terrain, a reasonable level of fitness is required.
Parts of the Grampians National Park were affected by bushfire in January 2014, and as a result some trails may still be closed for repairs.