While staying in the Grampians region be sure to check out all thats on offer as there are plenty of Halls Gap events and regional things to do.
Halls Gap is the heart of the Grampians National Park. And the Halls Gap Caravan Park is right in the centre of Halls Gap! You will be just a short stroll from the shops, cafes, restaurants and the tourist information centre.
Halls Gap Caravan Park is the perfect place to stay when exploring the mountain ranges, natural flora and fauna, waterways and waterfalls and taking in the spectacular views. Thrill seekers swarm to Halls Gap to enjoy the world-class abseiling, rock climbing, bush walking and mountain bikers, whilst nature enthusiasts are drawn to the wild flowers, wild life, bird watching and native animals and the spectacular views.
The Grampians has a unique history. Enjoy the Brambruk National Park and Cultural Centre or learn more about the area’s very special aboriginal history told through ancient rock art around the National Park. Brambuk National Park and Cultural Centre is a must see at the start of your Grampians adventure.
Halls Gap and the Grampians has so much to explore.
Walks are quickly rewarded with spectacular waterfalls. Our favourites are Mackenzie Falls, Silverband Falls and Beehive Falls.
Nature at its finest
The views from the Grampians lookouts are sights to behold. We suggest you make time to experience The Balconies, Boroka and Reid Lookouts as well as Mount Victory, The Pinnacle and the Wonderland areas to get a true sense of the Grampians. Rugged mountains, vast plains, unique native plants, water ways and lakes. Spectacular!
Many animals call Halls Gap home. On site at our caravan park you may see kangaroos, emus, lizards, a variety of feathered friends including kookaburras or cockatoos and in winter you may even see deer.
Bush walking and hiking for all fitness and experience levels. Walks around the Grampians National Park range from 20mins to all day adventures. Some of the Grampians most spectacular, world renowned walks start from within the Halls Gap Caravan Park. The Pinnacle, Wonderland and The Grand Canyon all start from within our grounds.
The list of outdoor activities is endless when you are enjoying a stay at Halls Gap Caravan Park: mountain biking, rock climbing, four-wheel-driving, fishing, canoeing, bush walking and trail running.
Halls Gap Food and Wine
The Grampians has long been known for its quality food and wine. Halls Gap has a number of fabulous cafes, restaurants and take-away options, most within a short walk from our caravan park.
For those of you who enjoy a winery visit, the regions most famous is Great Western, it’s well worth a visit. And of course the Grampians Grape Escape Food and Wine Festival is a must for any foodie. The Festival is hosted just meters up the road from Halls Gap Caravan Park in May each year. The acclaimed Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld, featuring fine Grampians regional produce and famed sparkling wines is less than a 30 minute drive from Halls Gap.
Halls Gap Events
Time your trip with local events to sample the best of the Grampians region’s food and wine, arts, sports and great outdoors.
Halls Gap Music Festival in February
Hot Rod Show in February (Hosted at the Park)
Grampians Textures in March
Easter Events include The Stawell Gift, Grampians Rotary Art Show and the Great Western Rodeo
Grampians Grape Escape Food and Wine Festival in May
Run the Gap in May
Pomonal Art Show in June
Wonderland Run in August
Grampians Brushes in September
Halls Gap Jazz & Blues Festival in October
Wild Flowers in September and October