Staying at a caravan park Halls Gap has is just one of your accommodation options if you plan to explore this village in Victoria and the gateway to Grampians National Park. Depending on how close or far you want to be from the natural wonder will dictate which accommodation you should book.
But what is great about an Australian caravan park Halls Gap offers, the likes of Lake Fyans Holiday Park, is that the range of accommodation available runs from unpowered sites to a fancy 4-bedroom house. It’s up to you to decide if you want to get off the grid or remain ensconced in luxury.
Whichever you choose, however, you are guaranteed a fun time when you explore Halls Gap in any way possible.
Things to do When in Halls Gap
Wine and dine
A holiday will be incomplete without a visit to at least one of the local cafés and restaurants. And with great coffee and sumptuous meal to boast about, you should go on a gastronomic journey in Halls Gap. You will find plenty of these establishments in and around the village.
Make sure to visit the Halls Gap Estate winery to enjoy local produce plates and complementary wine tastings. Allocate one day to fully enjoy this experience and take your fill of what the estate has to offer.
Go on outdoor adventures
Not just a gateway to the Grampians National Park, Halls Gap is also a great base to hike lookouts with stunning views. And not far from it are places for 4×4 driving, abseiling, canoeing, quad biking, and rock climbing.
Not far from town, you can also birdwatch, canoe or fish when you drive to nearby Fyans, Lakes Bellfield, Lonsdale, and Wartook. Given this many options for outdoor adventures, make sure to book a longer stay at the caravan park Halls Gap in Australia.
Visit the Halls Gap Zoo
Here’s another great reason to stay at a caravan park Halls Gap. The zoo has over 160 animals both native and wild that you can get acquainted with. Get up and personal with koalas and meerkats in one place.
Check out waterfalls not far from the caravan park Halls Gap
The MacKenzie Falls, in particular, is an iconic and spectacular feature of the Grampians National Park. It is also one of Victoria’s largest waterfalls, which means there are plenty more of them that you can explore and enjoy.
What is great about MacKenzie Falls is that it is fairly accessible. From Halls Gap, just take the Mount Victory Road for a forty-minute drive and then walk the one-kilometre path that leads to the Bluff’s viewing platform. The path is even wheelchair accessible. Of course, if you’re looking for something more challenging, there’s an alternative steep trail that you can take that leads to the fall’s base.
Find Caravan Park Halls Gap
At Halls Gap, you can choose to spend a laid-back holiday or the extreme, heart-pumping kind and Lake Fyans Holiday Park provides you the perfect platform to explore your options. So book your stay with them and pick accommodation that suits your taste and budget.