Grampians Visitor Information

Mountain Clematis.
Grampians Wildflower Visitor Information
Clematis aristata (mountain clematis)

The tourist village of Halls Gap is located in the heart of the Grampians National Park (Gariwerd) and has something to offer every Grampians visitor

Halls Gap is the destination of choice for over 1 million visitors each year, who come here for our major events, flora and fauna, shopping, food and wine, arts and culture and a diverse range of accommodation options .

Nature lovers also relish the rugged mountains, spectacular waterfalls, wildlife and Aboriginal rock art sites.

There is plenty to do at any time of the year across the region, but spring is the best time to enjoy the wildflowers. 

For more information on attractions, activities and accommodation call the Halls Gap Visitor Information Centre on 1800 065 599, or call into the V.I.C in the town’s central hub.

Common Fringe Myrtle. Grampians Wildflower Visitor Information
Calytrix tetragona (common fringe myrtle)

Other Useful Grampians Visitor Links

Visit Halls Gap – http://www.visithallsgap.com.au – Specific information regarding Halls Gap township.

Visit Grampians – https://www.visitgrampians.com.au/ – The official visitor website for the Grampians region.

Visit Victoria – http://www.visitvictoria.com/Regions/Grampians – The official travel website for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Northern Grampians Shire Council – http://www.ngshire.vic.gov.au

Parks Victoria – http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/grampians-national-park – serves to protect our state’s natural and cultural heritage on behalf of all Victorians.

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Visit Grampians http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NF32eGyuAAw&lr=1