Victoria is renowned for its abundant wildlife in some of the world's most unique natural settings. First Nations people have lived in harmony with their natural surroundings and wildlife for more than 40,000 years.
Stories of the land
Join an Aboriginal guide on a journey down the Great Ocean Road and through the Grampians/Gariwerd. Gain a new appreciation of this diverse region and learn about the complex, sustainable and respectful relationship between Australia's first people and the land's native animals, not to mention the profusion of native plants that continue to sustain the culture.
Tower Hill Nature Reserve
Take a 60-minute interactive tour of Tower Hill and enjoy an exclusive opportunity to discover the natural habitat of some of Australia's iconic animals, including emus, kangaroos, koalas and echidnas.
Aboriginal people would have witnessed the volcano at Tower Hill erupting 32,000 years ago, creating an enormous crater, which has become a haven for amazing Australian wildlife.