Halls Gap Tourist Drive


There’s plenty to see and do while you’re in Halls Gap. Why not check out some of our suggested attractions to visit while you’re in the area. Explore Halls Gap & the Grampians Today.

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The view that awaits you at the end of this steep trail is spectacular. Water cascades over huge cliffs into a deep pool, sending fine sprays of rainbow mist high into the air above a stunning gorge. The waterfalls are flowing all year.

Address: North Grampians Road, Halls Gap


Nestled on the stony landscape of the Grampians National Park, the Balconies Lookout is one of the best scenic viewing platforms in the region. Enjoy the views of the setting sun behind the splendid hill ranges at the peak of the Balconies Lookout. While visiting the Balconies lookout, don’t forget to bring your camera to capture the best panorama in the Grampians region.

Address: Glenelg River Road, Zumsteins


You will be amazed by the varying species of mammals, birds & reptiles kept at the the Halls Gap Zoo. Over 150 different species call the Halls Gap Zoo home including meerkats, giraffes, deer, kangaroos, koalas, Tasmanian devils, snakes, crocodiles, turtles, ducks, owls, monkeys & more.

Address: 4061 Ararat-Halls Gap Road, Halls Gap


Boroka Lookout provides spectacular views of the Wonderland Range, Mt William Range, Fyans Valley, Lake Bellfield and the plains to the east of the Grampians. An easy stroll through open stringybark forest along a sealed track leads to two viewing platforms. The walk to the lookout is suitable for people with limited mobility.

Address: Mt Difficult Road, Halls Gap


Fallen Giants vineyard was planted on the steep Eastern slopes of the Grampians in 1969, and has long since been a respected grower for many of the country’s great wineries. With superb views of the Grampians, this winery in the heart of Halls Gap is known for its estate grown Shiraz, Cabernet and Riesling. Visit the cellar door for free wine tastings, or settle in with a bottle of wine and cheese platter.

Address: 4113 Ararat-Halls Gap Road, Halls Gap


At Reeds Lookout you can get breathtaking views of the Grampians National Park as well as some Indigenous rock art sites within the park’s vicinity. Take some snapshots of the stunning panorama as you continue your adventure across the landscape to discover the many hidden secrets within the region. Views at the lookout are best enjoyed during early morning; however, watching the glorious sunset view is also quite popular.

Address: Ararat-Halls Gap Road, Zumsteins


Situated near the start of the walk Venus Baths, this small but picturesque garden displays our local plants. It is a community garden and is wheelchair and child friendly.

Address: School Road, Halls Gap


Set on one hectare in Halls Gap, in the heart of the magnificent Grampians National Park, Grampians Adventure Golf is an 18 hole course themed around some of the more popular local icons such as Mt William, The Pinnacle and the Grand Canyon to name just a few. MOCO Gallery showcases a diverse range of traditional and contemporary art, featuring both renowned artists and emerging artists from the region.

Address: 481 Grampians Road, Halls Gap


Visit the Brambuk National Park & Cultural Centre, where you’ll discover the Park’s exceptional environment & Aboriginal Culture with many informative displays.

Address: 277 Grampians Road, Halls Gap