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Relax and unwind in the heart of the Grampians
HALLS Gap is the main tourist hub
at the heart of the Grampians.
The picturesque town in the Fy-
ans Valley, at the foot of the Won-
derland and Mount William ranges,
is the perfect place from which to
explore the Grampians National
The park offers more than 160
kilometres of walking tracks
throughout the ranges.
Some are relatively easy and a
fantastic way to get a view of the
Grampians. Others require a bit
more determination, time and leg
power but are well worth the effort.
Food-lovers will flock to Halls
Gap on the first weekend in May
when the Recreation Reserve
is transformed into a gourmet's
paradise --- the Grampians Grape
This celebrated food and wine
festival on May 1 and 2 will feature
100 exhibitors offering tastings of
their gourmet produce, and celeb-
rity chef Ed Halmagyi, who will
provide cooking demonstrations.
Chef Ed Halmagyi will appear at the Grampians Grape Escape.
The picturesque Grampians between Hamilton and Glenthompson.
Fo r an enchanting
getaway in the
. . .Ifyouhavealongingforthe
way things were . . .
Stunning Value Getaway from
• Devonshire teas
• 3 course dinners
• Breakfast • Picnic Lunches
in Halls Gap
"The Balconies" Restaurant and
the "Cafe Grand"
Town Centre Halls Gap
Ph: (03) 5356 4232
Centrally located and easily accessible. Walk to
shops, restaurants and various activities. Experience
panoramic views of both mountain ranges and
overlooking a spectacular large wetlands.
Ph: (03) 5356 4209
Halls Gap Motel
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