Things to do in Halls Gap, Grampians National Park
12 February 2018 - The Grampians
There’s plenty to see and do in Halls Gap.
Watch the Kangaroos feeding at dusk and dawn from your Grampians accommodation. Serenity has an expansive deck facing the Grampians National Park and we guarantee you will enjoy breakfast whilst watching the animals graze in the nearby bush.
From your Halls Gap accommodation, stroll along the fire access track (20m past the Serenity accommodation back gate) through the sites and sounds of the great Australian bush and into Halls Gap township for an ice-cream.
Take the 1.2 km walk from Serenity Halls Gap to Clematis Falls, which starts 100m down the fire access track (towards town and clearly signposted) and when feeling energetic extend the walk to Chatequa peak, on to Venus Baths and then back into town for another ice-cream, a double header this time!
Pack a picnic and drive through the Grampians National Park to Zumsteins picnic area. The Tourist information centre in Halls Gap will provide you with maps.
Drive and enjoy a walk to the base of the Grampians Mackenzie Falls or view the spectacular waterfall from the easy to access lookout.
Drive to Boroka Lookout providing 180 degree views over Halls Gap and Stawell.
Hike to The Pinnacle, one of the Grampians most popular walking trails. In the warmer weather, this is best done before the heat of the day. There are a number of walking options to reach The Pinnacle, varying in distance and difficulty.
Visit the wineries of the Grampians together with the neighbouring Pyrenees vineyards, and sample a range of the local produce on offer.
No trip to Halls Gap is complete without a day with the family at the Halls Gap Zoo. Check out our blog for more details.
Share a meal at our favourite restaurant in town, ‘The Kookaburra‘ and let Von know we sent you!