Backpacking Halls Gap (Grampians)

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    THE GRAMPIANS ARE RENOWNED FOR THEIR STUNNING AND SPECTACULAR SCENERY: Photo courtesy of Tourism Victoria
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    THERE ARE SOME AMAZING LOOKOUTS WHERE YOU WILL GET BREATHTAKING VIEWS: Photo courtesy of Tourism Victoria
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    IT IS PARADISE FOR ROCK CLIMBERS AND ABSEILORS WITH OVER 2,000 DESIGNATED CLIMBS: Photo courtesy of Tourism Victoria
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    IT IS ALSO A GREAT PLACE FOR BUSHWALKING (HIKING) TO EXPLORE SOME OF THE STUNNING SCENERY LIKE MACKENZIE FALLS: Photo courtesy of Tourism Victoria
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Halls Gap (Grampians) Highlights

  • The Grampians are renowned around the globe for their amazing and adrenaline packed rock climbing and abseiling experiences, with over 2,000 designated climbs available.

  • The Grampians National Park is also a great place to see spectacular views, learn about the rich Aboriginal culture and European heritage and admire the beautiful spring wildflower displays.

  • Head to the Halls Gap Zoo where you can see koalas, dingoes and wombats, enjoy feeding kangaroos and wallabies and be entertained by the monkeys.

  • Visit the Brambuk National Park and Aboriginal Cultural Centre, where you can discover the Park's exceptional environment and Aboriginal culture.

About Halls Gap (Grampians)

The Grampian Mountains are the southwest tail end of the Great Dividing Range and are the home of the Grampians National Park. The Park is renowned for its excellent bushwalks, grand and rugged mountain ranges, mountain lookouts, Aboriginal rock art, fantastic rock climbing and a wide range of other recreational opportunities.

From August to November, the native flora comes to life with spectacular wildflower displays. There is also around one hundred species of birds here, as well as many native animals, including kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, snakes, platypus and possums.                       

Halls Gap is a small town at the entrance to the Grampians National Park and provides a good base for exploring all these great elements of the park.

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Halls Gap & Grampians Visitor Information Centre

117 Grampians Rd
Halls Gap, Victoria
Phone 1800 065 599
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