Grampians National Park
Spectacular mountain ranges, a myriad of outdoor activities and unobstructed views await at the Grampians National Park. A must-visit destination for any traveler to the region, the national park is home to a wide array of native flora and fauna. During spring, the national park hosts many community wild flower festivals and events that showcase the beauty of the native flowering plants. The Grampians National Park is a significant site for Aboriginal rock art, with sites dating back more than 20,000 years.
Brambuk The National Park and Cultural Centre
To learn about the region’s Aboriginal history, drop into the Brambuk National Park and Cultural Centre. The centre regularly hosts traditional activities, cultural talks and art exhibitions providing insight into Australia’s rich Aboriginal culture.
There are a number of local attractions in Halls Gap, only minutes from the park waiting to be discovered. For a fantastic family day visit the Halls Gap Zoo, a short drive from the park. Victoria’s largest regional zoo, it’s home to more than 160 native and exotic animals. Or head to Grampians Adventure Golf and get ready for some friendly competition. The 18-hole mini golf course sprawls across two acres and features two mini mountains, lush gardens and six waterfalls and streams to putt around.
Reconnecting with nature is easy at NRMA Halls Gap Holiday Park. The park is surrounded by more than 160km of walking tracks, the trails range in difficulty from short strolls through the Grampians National Park to challenging peaks. Enjoy spectacular views of panoramic landscapes, flowing waterfalls, fern gullies and native flora and fauna. Our top picks of tracks to explore include Halls Gap Town Centre trail a short 1.2km walk into the very heart of town, the Venus Baths trail a 5km return walk from the botanic gardens to the rockpools and the Clematis Falls track, meander along the 4km return track to the stunning falls.