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Encounter Australian wilderness from Halls Gap holiday lettings
Holiday cottages in Halls Gap are nestled in a delightful village amid the glistening emerald landscapes of Grampians National Park. Teeming with exciting wildlife like wallabies and kangaroos, its vast stretches of forest are ideal for hiking enthusiasts to explore. Watersport fans will find endless entertainment on the area's four glittering lakes. Meanwhile, families and thrillseekers of all denominations will be entertained by outdoor attractions like rock-climbing, abseiling and quad biking in this natural paradise.
Wine tasting and food foraging
What could be more authentically Australian than harvesting the bounty of nature? Have a go at hiking with Absolute Outdoors Australia to learn how and where to safely forage for berries and other natural treats. This award-winning company offers unprecedented outdoor experiences.
Tired after all that hunting and gathering? Enjoy pre-foraged foodstuffs at Harvest Halls Gap, a café and restaurant serving locally sourced delicacies from the Grampians. They even produce home meals for you to enjoy at holiday cottages in Halls Gap.
Halls Gap holiday lettings are also in one of the country's most fecund wine regions, with plenty of wine experiences to tempt you. Discover world-famous wines at local wineries, and learn why Australia's MasterChef filmed an episode right here in the Grampians. Whether sampling olive oils and preserves from local farms or stopping off at historic wineries, Grampians will offer you a gourmet experience.
Heritage in Halls Gap
Discover Australia's Aboriginal culture and cuisine straight out of the bush at Brambuk National Park. The Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre is award-winning for good reason. It is here that you can be part of a continued education programme that fosters and preserves Aboriginal culture. Discover artefacts from 40,000 years ago, enjoy storytelling, purchase traditional crafts and raise your heart rate with some traditional dancing.
Grampians National Park is littered with impressive Aboriginal rock art sites. In fact, it is home to more than eighty percent of Victoria's rock art. There are five main sites open to the public, although more than two thousand exist here. Come and be moved by the sight of the handprints of ancient ancestors at Manja Shelter. Marvel at the strange drawings at the Bunjil Shelter, and be entertained by the dancing figures that adorn the Ngamadjidj Shelter.
Lakeside leisure for families
More than 160 different species are waiting to make your family's acquaintance at the exciting Halls Gap Zoo. Whilst many are native to Australia, you'll also find exotic animals like cheetah and giraffe at this engaging outdoor zoological park, where family memories are made.
Halls Gap Zoo is one of a hundred institutions across Australasia that form the Zoo Aquarium Association. Kids can feed a kangaroo or wallaby, hug a meerkat, hold a reptile and walk about with the dingoes. Picnic and barbecue facilities are available, and kids can hang about at the playground too.
Alternatively, why not go boating on Lake Bellfield or Lonsdale? You can while away blissful hours fishing for trout and redfin on the cerulean water, then grill up your catch as a family on the shore. In the summertime, there's nothing better than dunking yourself in the water, and children love to play about on the beaches.
High-octane entertainment is also on hand: have a go at jet skiing and water skiing in this stunning setting. Kids will be excited to learn sailing on the azure Lake Bolac, situated just minutes from Halls Gap holiday lettings. Meanwhile, Moora Moora Reservoir is a scenic spot for canoeing and birdwatching.
Day trips near Grampians National Park
Nature calls to visitors to Halls Gap holiday cottages in the form of Grampians National Park. Breathtaking lookouts from within ancient mountains, and the park's remarkable flora and fauna are sure to delight you. Why not climb the majestic granite slopes of Mount Arapiles, and enjoy the dramatic views as you go? Don't miss out on a trip to Boroka Lookout, which boasts one of the best views of Halls Gap around.
Whilst the park is ribboned with waterfalls, it is the spectacular MacKenzie Falls that are the blockbuster here. They are one of the largest falls in Victoria, dropping into a profound pool set into a dramatic gorge. Rainbows dance in the spray at the falls, which are located at the end of a wheelchair-accessible kilometre-long path.
For unobstructed panoramas of Halls Gap, take a helicopter flight over this scenic location for a bird's-eye view over the mountains, or take a horseback ride with Grampians Horse Riding Centre. Nearby, you can hike through the twittering, verdant trails of Mount Cole State Forest, and discover the volcanic landscapes surrounding Kanawinka Geotrail.
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