Halls Gap is picturesque town in the heart of the Grampians. It is in the Fyans Valley at the foot of the of Wonderland and Mount William ranges and is the idealplace from which to explore the Grampians National Park.
The town is close to many natural attractions including unique rock formations, scenic lookouts and waterfalls. The area is popular for outdoor activities, from bushwalking and abseiling, to fishing and canoeing. Whether you are seeking a relaxing escape or wilderness adventure, a stay at Halls Gap makes is enjoyable holiday.
There's the local village shops, local wineries and the colourful galleries.
Activities and attractions
- Scenic drives, lookouts, and waterfalls in the beautiful Grampians National Park
- Brambuk - The National Park & Cultural Centre is 2.5 kilometres south of the cetre of Halls Gap
- Learn about the diverse culture of the local indigenous people at Brambuk - The National Park & Cultural Centre and join a tour of the many ancient aboriginal rock art sites in the area
- There's an extensive network of trails criss-crossing the area. Walks such as Venus Baths, Boronia Peak and Chatauqua start from Halls Gap or you can drive to walks at MacKenzie Falls, Hollow Mountain and Piccaninny
- Koalas, kangaroos, wallabies and other can be spotted in the wild throughout the Grampians National Park or visit the Halls Gap Zoo on Pomonal Road to see kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, wombats, emus, possums, dingos and domestic farm animals
- Adventure activities range from rock climbing to mountain biking
- Join a tour – numerous organisations lead walking, cycling, canoing, mountain bike, 4WD, hot-air balloon and aeroplane tours
- Go fishing
- Grampians Jazz Festival – February
- Grampians Rotary Art Exhibition – Easter
- Grampians Gourmet Festival – May
- Grampians Wildflower and Arts Show – September
- Halls Gap Film Festival – November