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Join this tour from either three locations:

Halls Gap (pick up from your accommodation): 10am departure / 6pm returns 

Dunkeld (pick up from the Information centre): 11am departure / 5pm returns

Hamilton (pick up from the Information centre: 11:30am departure / 4:30pm returns

Cost: from $250pp for 5-10 people, $260pp for 4 people, $270pp for 3 people, 

$300pp for 2 people. Children are $220 when at least two paying adults. 

Available date: Ran on demand - available Wednesday to Sunday. Phone or email us your requested date and the number of people interested. 

About: Start your journey with informative commentary, learning about the Grampians region and how it all connects to the landscape you will be visiting in Budj Bim national park.

The Budj Bim Cultural Landscape is a unique place with one of the worlds oldest aquaculture systems that demonstrate how Gunditjmara people used the natural resources of the Victorian southwest region to establish a permanent place of human society going back tens of thousands of years. 

Visit this special location with Experience the Grampians with departure locations of Halls Gap, Dunkeld and Hamilton. 

Once at Tae Rak (Lake Condah) wetlands and Tae Rak Aquaculture Centre you will have time to explore on your own for a short time before enjoying lunch & beverage (included). Once lunch has finished our Gunditjmara guide will join us and for the next two hours on an informative walk and visit the old fish traps, the lava flows of Budj Bim and more. 

Walking is easy, however the ability to walk at a slow pace for about an hour is required, with some uneven surface including walking on metal grates. 

If you would like to book this experience please contact us as we only run these on demand.


NOTE: This experience can be subject to weather and road conditions. Any questions and concerns regarding the day and ability requirements please email us:

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