Surrounded by the beauty of panoramic mountain views and unique wildlife, Halls Gap Motel is in a central position to the town of Halls Gap. Under two hours drive from Ballarat, or three hours from Melbourne the tourist village of Halls Gap sits nestled in the heart of the Grampians National Park with a plethora of sights and activities to explore amongst the ancient ranges.
A number of options exist for visitors to this budget motel in Halls Gap, including 4 accommodation choices and 2 special deals on extended stays. The Single Room is ideal for one guest with one queen bed, the Double Room is great for couples and has one double bed (sleeps 2), the Twin Room has one queen and one single bed (sleeping up to 3) and the Family Room can accept family and smaller groups with one queen bed and two single beds (sleeping 4). Special offers exist for 2 and 3 night stays.
A great range of extras at this accommodation in Halls Gap include discounts and attractive rates for longer stays at the motel, quality breakfast and evening meals on request, BBQ use, DVD hire and laundry services available on request.
Kookaburra Hotel is a bar and bistro nestled into the heart of Halls Gap. Recently refreshed with attractive décor inside and outside in the private courtyard, the hotel offers a range of delectable meals and desserts with your choice of eight excellent beers on tap or local Grampians regional wines.
For a quality wine experience, consider The Gap Vineyard. Surrounded by spectacular views of the Mount William Ranges in Halls Gap, the vineyard specialises in Shiraz, Riesling and Cabernet Sauvignon grown on the estate. The cellar door has a vast array of wines to suit your personal tastes from Chardonnay, late harvest Rieslings, Rose and even Port.
Quality motels in Halls Gap are the perfect destination to relax and unwind amongst the striking surrounds of the Grampians National Park.
Consider heading out to explore the nearby townships of Ararat, Stawell and Pomonal all charming communities with cafes, quaint shops, markets and a limitless amount of lakes, lookouts and valleys brimming with native wildlife.
The township of Halls Gap is a treasured part of the Grampians region, with highly acclaimed wineries, ample outdoor activities and interests and the rich local history of Indigenous Australia.
Discover the rustic angular mountain ranges of the Grampians National Park, and its awe-inspiring panoramic views and captivating waterfalls. The park presents an opportunity to pursue your own interests with many bushwalking trails, rock climbing or abseiling activities, fishing, canoeing or overnight treks. Those interested in the national parks cultural features will find many examples of Aboriginal rock art preserved throughout the area.
More information and experiences can be sought from the Brambuk National Park & Cultural Centre with Rock Art Tours, Gariwerd Dreaming Theatre, Bushfoods Café and Gift Shop.
The Halls Gap Zoo is tucked into the foothills of the Grampians and home to 160 varieties of mammals, reptiles and birds. The Zoo has some exciting extras for visitors, such as animal encounters and the opportunity to be a zoo keeper working beside experienced staff on a range of different tasks including feeding the animals!
Feel like adopting an animal? The Zoo offers a wonderful initiative for visitors keen to contribute to a favourite animal. Your kind donation will earn you a special Adoption Gift Package and fund the care of your chosen animal including the future of the conservation and breeding programs.
A lively day out can be sought from the 18 hole Grampians Adventure Golf course, set amongst 2 beautiful acres of landscaped gardens in Halls Gap. Work your way around the entertaining obstacle course of mini mountains, ponds, waterfalls and streams. Don’t forget to unwind after a game in the clubhouse, offering a café-style light lunch and drinks menu including boutique beers and wine from the Gap Vineyard.
Enjoy a meander through Steve Morvell’s Wildlife Art Studio. The environmental artist’s compelling works have featured extensively on television, radio and in various publications. Gain insight into his passion for wildlife and conservation through his captivating artworks, available to view for free at his studio in Halls Gap.
A guided tour with Grampians Personalised Tours and Adventures will guarantee an intimate and memorable introduction to the national park’s precious wildlife and habitats. Notable activities include 4-wheel-drive vehicle tours complete with catering and stopovers at significant locations, night walks and night safari with an experienced local guide, or a choice of abseiling, rock climbing or eco mountain biking. Grampians Personalised Tours and Adventures prides itself on being an Eco Tourism provider, that is mindful of the importance of protecting and preserving the local environment.
On the first weekend of May each year, Halls Gap comes alive with one of Australia’s longest running food and wine festivals. The Grampians Grape Escape is a prominent event with regional produce and wine experiences from over 100 artisan producers. Enjoy live music and family entertainment in the Grampians National Park.