Base yourself in Halls Gap, the heart of the Grampians. Feel the scale of the surrounding landscape and discover the ancient history of the area traditionally known as Gariwerd.
Delve into the dreamtime stories of the local indigenous people at the architecturally fascinating Brambuk – the National Park and Cultural Centre. You'll see enthralling displays of art and artefacts. Join a tour with Aboriginal guides to visit rock art sites and to learn about local Aboriginal culture and the land's spiritual significance.
Over 160 kilometres of walking tracks encircle Halls Gap, so stretch your legs and take a wander to the stunning MacKenzie Falls, where water cascades over huge cliffs into a deep pool and sends fine sprays of rainbow mist high into the air.
You can also make your way to Boroka Lookout to take in the panoramic views of the Grampians' rugged landscape, or tackle the Pinnacle Walk for more unbelievable views. Finally, get up close to native wildlife at the Halls Gap Zoo, Victoria's largest regional zoo, sprawling over 52 acres!
Spend the night in the BIG4 caravan park, or Boroka Downs if you're feeling fancy. Halls Gap has plenty of accommodation options, particularly for campers and roadtrippers.