The unique village of Halls Gap is nestled in a quiet valley surrounded by the ancient rock formations and stunning grandeur of the Grampians Ranges

A flourishing tourism town, Halls Gap supports a hive of nature and water based activity and attracts approximately 750, 000 tourists per year from botanists and naturalists to bushwalkers, adventure seekers and those looking for a romantic wilderness escape.

Amongst the most popular sections of the Grampians National Park are magnificent water falls, fascinating rock formations, canyons, aboriginal art sites and viewpoints. Kangaroos, possums, gliders and echidnas are prolific in the Park which together with the 200 recorded bird species, create a natural atmosphere that lift the spirit.

A network of roads from Halls Gap lead to a myriad of scenic drives and 4WD tracks and a wealth of walking trails.

Lakes Bellfield, Lonsdale, Fyans, Wartook and Moora Moora are all within a short drive of the town offering beautiful picnic spots and water activities.

Halls Gap plays host to several festivals throughout the year including the Jazz Festival, The Grampians Gourmet Weekend, Film Festival, Spring Art Show and Wildflower Exhibition.

Halls Gap offers an extensive variety of guesthouses and accommodation as well as a variety of supporting infrastructure including shopping centre, restaurants, swimming pool, golf course, tennis courts and other recreation facilities.