This village in the Grampians is the main touring stopover and has a reasonable spread of overnight accommodation. Named for the european settler who followed aboriginal tracks to this place while searching for a cattle grazing run in 1841. Located within the Grampians National Park, Halls Gap has many walking tracks and is nearby to popular climbs in the park. Native animals abound within the park and there is a zoo about 7 kilometres from Halls Gap. The Brambuk Cultural Centre in Halls Gap provides interesting insights into the heritage of five aboriginal communities with links to the Grampians (or ‘Gariwerd’) ranges.
Traveller Experiencing Halls Gap
These are photos and occasionally videos that people have uploaded to Instagram with #hallsgap, while enjoying their holiday along the Great Ocean Road