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Get right to the heart of the Grampians at Halls Gap. Spend days exploring the nearby wonders and evenings tucked in front of a fire in stunning eco-accommodation.
Set off from your base in the Fyans Valley at the foot of the Wonderland and Mount William ranges and dig deep into the Grampians National Park, one of Victoria's most outstanding natural features.
Space to breathe
Take your time to explore the many natural attractions including unique rock formations, scenic lookouts and waterfalls. Get active with a range of adventure activities, from rock climbing and abseiling to cycling and canoeing.
Relax and unwind in the picturesque surrounds, which attracts curious locals including kangaroos, wallabies, emus, possums and an abundance of birdlife.
Trek along a wealth of walking trails both around the town and throughout the Grampians National Park. Fish in nearby lakes Bellfield, Lonsdale, Fyans and Wartook.
Learn about the indigenous culture of Gariwerd, the traditional name for the Grampians, at Brambuk – the National Park and Cultural Centre. Discover ancient oven mounds, scatterings of stone left over from tool making, rock art sites and learn about the traditional beliefs handed down from one generation to the next.
Take a guided tour from Halls Gap to the Aboriginal rock art shelters that are open to the public.
Halls Gap Zoo is Victoria's largest regional zoo exhibiting over 140 native and exotic mammals, reptiles and birds from giraffe, meerkats, monkeys,...
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Learn about the flora and fauna of the region and explore Aboriginal culture in the natural oasis of the Grampians/Gariwerd National Park.
Discover grand and rugged mountain ranges, spectacular wildflowers and a wealth of Aboriginal rock art sites in the Grampians National Park.
Grampians Adventure Golf, MOCO Gallery & Cafe is nestled in the heart of the spectacular Grampians National Park in Halls Gap. This course has a...
Sections of the Grampians National Park are reopened for visitors. Go to Parks Victoria for more information.
Join local personalities as they rediscover regional Victoria
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