Halls Gap Holidays & Travel Guide

Located in western Victoria in the heart of the famous Grampians National Park, Halls Gap is a popular tourist village home to a great range of accommodation, shopping and dining surrounded by spectacular natural attractions such as ancient mountain ranges, waterfalls, creeks and native flora and fauna. Halls Gap is also a popular adventure destination, with people coming from all over the world to experience its unforgettable bushwalking, cycling, rock climbing and abseiling. Nature lovers will delight in the region’s native plants, delicate wildflowers and wild life as well as the fascinating ancient rock art that tells of Halls Gap’s Aboriginal history. All visitors are delighted by the breathtaking sunrises and sunsets and the striking native Australian landscape has inspired artists, writers and filmmakers for decades.


Halls Gap accommodation offers a wide range of options to suit all travellers and budgets, with accommodation ranging from 3 stars to 5 stars. Surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of the Grampians National Park, Halls Gap accommodation ranges from motels and self-contained cabins to hotels, apartments, bed and breakfasts, lodges, retreats, inns and so much more. Offering a great range of onsite facilities, Halls Gap accommodation offers the unique experience of waking up to the sounds of kookaburras and opening your door to the sights of kangaroos on the lawn.

Halls Gap Holiday Packages

Halls Gap holiday packages are a great way to experience this spectacular region of the Grampians National Park and make the most out of your time here. Offering the best value for money, these Halls Gap holiday packages save you both time and money by combining all your holiday needs into one discounted package. The easiest way to plan and book your holiday, these packages combine everything from accommodation to flights or car hire, tours, transfers, travel insurance, meals and more. Packages also offer added benefits like complimentary room upgrades, free nights, daily breakfast, activities and a range of other complimentary inclusions.


Situated in Fyans Valley in the foothills of the Mount William and Wonderland Ranges, Halls Gap is surrounded by the spectacular natural environment of the Grampians National Park. One of the most outstanding natural attractions in Victoria, the region is home to an abundance of native wildlife including curious kangaroos, inquisitive emus, bounding wallabies and furry possums. There is plenty to explore in Halls Gap including Stony Creek, a number of bushwalking trails and plenty of great fishing to be had at nearby Wartook, Lonsdale and Bellfield Lakes. Halls Gap is also home to important Aboriginal sites that offer an insight into the Gariwerd indigenous culture including stone scatterings, the remains of tool makings, ancient oven mounds and rock art sites. The Mrambuk National Park and Cultural Centre also offers the chance to learn about the fascinating traditions and beliefs handed down through generations.

Getting to Halls Gap

Getting to Halls Gap is an easy and picturesque drive just 3 hours northwest of Melbourne, however by the time you arrive you feel a world away from the city. A great way to enjoy the scenery along the way, the drive to Halls Gap can either be done at a leisurely pace via the Goldfields however if you just can’t wait to arrive in this amazing place, the most direct route is via the Western Freeway and onto Ararat Halls Gap Road. However if you’d prefer to keep your eyes on the amazing scenery rather than on the road, there is a great range of public transport available for getting to Halls Gap. Departing Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station, A V/Line rail service runs daily to Ararat where it connects with a coach service that operates to the Grampians.