The Mount Buffalo National Park stretches across 31,000 hectares, with cliffs, granite tors, waterfalls and amazing flora and fauna providing an ideal backdrop for a range of adventure activities. Adventure Guides Australia offers activities all year round, including abseiling, caving, climbing, skiing, kayaking, snow shoe and cross country ski lessons and tours, crevassing and bushwalking.
Take a tour with Adventure Guides to the edge of the Mount Buffalo gorge, where you have the opportunity to abseil between 10 metres and 300 metres (depending on your age, experience and preferences). They also provide abseiling adventures, ideal for beginners, gold panning and aboriginal art site tours in nearby Beechworth.
If you prefer getting an insider’s view of the scenery, caving is an experience you won’t want to miss. Choose from a caving experience in the underground world of Mount Buffalo in a granite boulder infill cave; or a family adventurer in Burston’s Crevasse.
Adventure Guides also provide abseiling adventurers for young children from 4 to 6 years with a family friendly 4 and 6 metre abseil site.
When you want to take to the waters, white water kayaking down the Ovens River is a great experience; while Lake Catani on the plateau of Mount Buffalo is nice and relaxed kayak and stand up paddle board destination.
With the colder weather upon us, you might be thinking a snow tour is on the cards. Adventure Guides have cross country ski lessons and tours, plus snow shoe hikes taking you through the snowfields, toboggan and snow shoe hire through their Mount Buffalo Ski School. The ski school is based out of the warm and friendly Dingo Dell Café.
With tours to suit all ages and groups, when you’re looking for adventure, Adventure Guides Australia are waiting to take your call.