Halls Gap is best known for the best place to explore The Grampians region, which, consists of a spectacular National Park. Take a bushwalk or scenic drive and see aboriginal rock art sites and Australian native animals in the wild. There are numerous outdoor activities you can try like abseiling, rock climbing, canoeing, mountain biking horse riding, golf and fishing. Fly in a hot-air balloon or airplane tour for a birds eye view of the Wonderland and Mount William ranges. Explore the area’s unique rock formations, scenic lookouts and waterfalls by 4WD. Learn about the diverse culture at the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Attend the Grampians Jazz Festival in February or the Gourmet Festival in May. The area also contains many fine wineries well worth visiting including the Sepplets underground wine cellar tour at nearby Great Western. Halls Gap is just under a three-hour drive from Melbourne. Visit Halls Gap today if natural beauty is what your are looking for.
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