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Northern Luxe


From $2,450 AUD

Per person, twin-share
Includes meals


4 days | 3 nights

28.5km (17.7 miles) Includes 2500m of elevation.

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Very Comfortable

Private ‘off park’ accommodation More


Grade 3 Trail

Suitable for most ages and fitness levels More

  4 days | 3 nights
  28.5km (17.7 miles)
  Easy | Comfortable
  Private Eco-lodge
  4 days | 3 nights
  28.5km (17.7 miles)
  Easy | Comfortable
  Private Eco-lodge

The Northern Luxe Guided Luxury Walk & Accommodation is a 4 day, 3 night all-inclusive tour through the Northern Grampians – by far, the most dramatic part of the Gariwerd Landscape. Its dry, sandy gullies and valley floors are dominated by huge rocky outcrops and the biggest sheer sandstone cliffs found anywhere in the Grampians. Enjoy private lodging by night, pack-free walks by day, and local wine & fare.

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Ascending Mount Stapylton in the Grampians.
A platter of luxury cheese and fruit on a wooden board.
Local wine offered nightly at our Luxe private eco-lodges.
Mount Rosea trail in the Grampians
Ancient Indigenous Art in Grampians National Park
Beehive Falls in the Northern Grampians.
A shelf cave underneath the summit of Gunigalg (Mount Stapylton).


Our Northern Luxe walk begins at Mount Zero and explores Mount Stapylton, continuing on to the Waterfalls for Gar, Briggs Bluff and Beehive Falls, to name just a few iconic landmarks. On the way, we’ll experience ancient indigenous rock art, scramble to incredible 360-degree views, and feel dwarfed by the scale of the landscape.

Each day, transfer back to your private, off-grid eco-lodge and, after a hot shower, enjoy a glass of local wine and sample some local Grampians produce before dining on a banquet-style home-cooked feast.​

Itinerary Summary
Day 1: Arrive at our eco-lodge at your leisure. Group briefing with your walk leader before enjoying dinner.
Day 2: A short transfer, then we begin our walk from Mount Zero along the GPT to Mount Stapleton. Late lunch at Grampians Olive Co, a short walk to Ngamadij rock art shelter and if time permits a visit to Staypleton Wines to meet the makers before returning to our eco-lodge for the evening.
Day 3: A short transfer to the trailhead to walk past the Waterfalls of Gar aiming for Briggs Bluff, and return partly the same way before turning off to Behive Falls and walking back to the eco-lodge.
Day 4: Visit another indigenous art site before climbing one final peak. Head back to the eco-lodge for lunch and departure.


•  All required transport.
•  3 nights accommodation in our private, off-grid eco-lodge.
•  All meals: healthy track snacks, local fare, and fresh in-house dinners, complemented by local wines & produce.
•  Safety equipment, including first aid kits and satellite phones.
•  Small groups – a maximum of 10 walkers.
•  The company of experienced, award-winning local guides.


For a full list of departure dates, click ‘Book Now’ below.

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Day 1: Welcome to your eco-lodge

Arrive at our eco-lodge at your leisure. Once the team has arrived we will enjoy a welcome drink over a briefing that covers the plan for the next few days and updates on the weather. Afterwards, we will enjoy our first dinner as a team and the rest of the evening is yours to relax and get to know your new friends.

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Day 2: Mt Stapylton, Olives, rock art and wine

12.5 km  ⬆ 450m  ⬇ 490m

A short transfer will take us to the very northern end of the Grampians Peaks Trail where we’ll begin our walk. From the Mount Zero picnic area we will pass through the Stapylton Amphitheatre and be dwarfed by one of Victoria’s tallest and steepest rock climbing walls. We’ll exit the amphitheatre and have the option for a very scrambly ascent to the summit of Mount Stapylton. It’s quite a scramble with some exposure to heights, so this side trip may not be for everyone. On return, we’ll continue southward on the GPT until we turn off to Staypleton campground where we will be met by our bus for a late lunch at Grampians Olive Co. We will then visit Ngamadjidj rock art shelter, enjoy a tasting at Staypleton Wines and then head back to the eco-lodge to relax before dinner.

Day 3: Waterfalls of Gar, Briggs Bluff and Beehive falls

16 km  ⬆ 600m  ⬇ 600m

A 5-minute shuttle brings us back onto the GPT to start our day’s walk. The dramatic scenery continues as we’re dwarfed again by giant sheer cliffs and explore newly rediscovered seasonal waterfalls. The high point of today’s walk is an optional side trip up to Briggs Bluff – offering an epic 360-degree view of the Northern Grampians and the Wimmera Plains. We’ll then backtrack slightly before turning off to Beehive Falls and then walk back into the front of the eco-lodge.

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grampians accommodation luxury - aboriginal rock art

Day 4: Ancient Art and one last mountain

Our last day is a good time to reflect. We’ll take a short drive to visit an indigenous art site and continue our discussions on the cultural landscape we have been walking through, then take one last hike up Hollow Mountain for a view back over our first day’s walk. We will then transfer back to our eco-lodge for a final debrief over lunch and departure around 1 pm.
More Information
Our Grampians Luxe programs are designed for those who love to hike and explore and don’t mind putting the miles in during the day and then prefer the comforts of returning to boutique accommodation for the evening.
Hot showers, crisp linen, outstanding catering – all the adventure with a little more “luxe”. Each day, you’ll only need to carry a few small items for the day such as water, a snack, and a rain jacket.
If you would prefer to camp out in our hiker camps, or if you’re more conscious of budget than comfort, check out our Expeditions, Mount Zero Northern Expedition, Pinnacle Walk Central Expedition, Mount Abrupt Walk Southern Expedition, and GPT E2E.
This is a list of personal clothing and equipment that you will be required to bring for this program. If there is anything on this list that you don’t have, we can assist! We have essential walking equipment available for rent – browse online and pick it up in our store in Halls Gap before your trip.


  • Lightweight hiking shoes or sturdy trail runners
  • 3 pairs of hiking socks
  • 1 Pair of light shoes/sandals/slippers or hut booties for nighttime (optional)
  • 1-2 x shirts and pants for trekking
  • Mid to heavy warm layer – fleece or merino jumper/jacket or light synthetic fill layer
  • Waterproof and windproof rain jacket (must be fully waterproof and breathable min 20,000mm ie, not ski jacket)
  • 3-5 pairs of underwear
  • Casual evening clothing of your choice
Head and hands
  • Warm beanie – seasonally dependent
  • Neck gaiter for warmth or sun
  • Sunglasses
  • Light gloves – if traveling in winter or early spring
Sleeping gear
  • None! All bedding is supplied at our eco-lodge
Health and hygiene
  • Personal toiletries

  • Toothbrush/paste

  • small facecloth (optional)

  • Feminine hygiene (if required)

  • Small hand sanitiser – mandatory

  • Small personal first aid kit containing:

    • Sunscreen (recommend UPF 50+) or zinc

    • Lip Balm

    • Personal Medications

    • Pain killers (whatever works for you)

    • Anti-inflammatories

    • Throat lozenges

Trekking gear
  • Small hiking day pack – 15-25L capacity
  • 2 x water storage containers – either 2 x water bottle or 1 bottle and 1 bladder.
  • Hiking poles – recommended
  • Pack cover for your backpack – or ensure all valuables such as phone and camera are waterproofed
  • Camera! (optional)
  • 1 x awesome attitude (this cannot be hired, must be brought from home)
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