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Lake Bellfield. Tourism Victoria, David Scaletti
Lake Bellfield. Tourism Victoria, David Scaletti
Streets of Halls Gap. Photo by Tourism Victoria
Streets of Halls Gap. Photo by Tourism Victoria
Brambuk Information Centre. Tourism Victoria
Brambuk Information Centre. Tourism Victoria
Reed's Lookout. Tourism Victoria, Daryl Wisely
Reed's Lookout. Tourism Victoria, Daryl Wisely
Pinnacle Lookout. Tourism Victoria, Ken Stepnell
Pinnacle Lookout. Tourism Victoria, Ken Stepnell
Halls Gap Kangaroo. Photo by Tourism Victoria
Halls Gap Kangaroo. Photo by Tourism Victoria
Brambuk Backpackers. Bindi Cole, Snap Happy
Brambuk Backpackers. Bindi Cole, Snap Happy
Couple Halls Gap Dining. Photo Tourism Victoria
Couple Halls Gap Dining. Photo Tourism Victoria

Halls Gap Information

Halls Gap in Victoria is a popular tourist destination located in the Grampians National Park. Although only about 350 people reside here it is a great destination in Victoria especially for those who seek the perfect eco tourism holiday.

Grampians National Park is truly an amazing area with massive sandstone mountain ranges and perfect for bushwalking, mountain climbing and wildlife watching. Two of the best places to see include the Pinnacle Lookout and Reedís Lookout. Both provide a very spectacular aerial view of the scenery surrounding Halls Gap.

Apart from the scenery and wildlife of The Grampians National Park, another great attraction to visit is the Halls Gap Zoo located just 7 kilometres from town. The zoo features Australian native animals like dingoes, kangaroos, wallabies, emus, wombats and koalas just to name a few. There are also other animals, birdlife and reptiles not native to Australia.

A good activity to experience in Halls Gap is horse riding. Not only will you be surrounded by perfect scenery and environment of the Grampians, but also horse riding improves balance, coordination and focus.

Located in Halls Gap is also one of the greatest miniature golf courses, which is set amongst two hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens. The 18-hole course also features two mini mountains, which form the centre of the course.

Fishing should also get a mention in the area. Although Halls Gap isnít located on the beach the nearby Lake Bellfield just 5 kilometres from town has some excellent freshwater trout fishing. The best bait for fishing is local yabbies or dark lures. There are also plenty of blackfish and redfin.

There are also four great festivals happening at Halls Gap every year. In February the Jazz Festival, Easter the Rotary Art Exhibition, May the Grampians Gourmet Festival and in September the Wildflower and Art Show.

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Aerial View of Halls Gap Valley and Mountains. Photo Courtesy Tourism Victoria
Aerial View of Halls Gap Valley and Mountains. Photo Courtesy Tourism Victoria
Brambuk Information Centre, Halls Gap. Tourism VIctoria, Bindi Cole, Snap Happy
Brambuk Information Centre, Halls Gap. Tourism VIctoria, Bindi Cole, Snap Happy