It’s a place of endless views, misty mornings, romantic sunsets, rugged rock formations, and it’s incredibly photogenic particularly at dawn and dusk when the colours pop. The best way to experience its beauty is on one of its many spectacular walks.
Halls Gap is at the heart of the Grampians, and offers good coffee, eateries, art and Aboriginal culture.
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Pinnacle walk. Reached from the Sundial or Wonderland parking areas, the trail takes you to the pinnacle rock formation with a lookout that gives you eye-popping views.
The Balconies walk. An easy walk from Reed Lookout parking area to exceptional views of the Victoria Range and valley to the south, and Lake Wartook and the Mount Difficult Range to the north.
McKenzie River Walk from Zumsteins parking area is a pleasant track that meanders beside the river, and over it, to Fish Falls.
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In the Grampians National Park: Stapylton, Plantation Smiths Mill, Borough Huts, Boreang, Jimmy Creek and Buandik campgrounds have some sites suitable for campervans. Bring your own drinking water.
There are also private-owned campervan sites at Halls Gap and other Grampian locations if you want full facilities.
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