Halls Gap Colonial Motor Inn

Address: Grampians Rd, Halls Gap, Victoria, 3381, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Grampians Rd, Halls Gap, is near Halls Gap Wildlife Park and Zoo and The Gap Vineyard.
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Travel Blogs from Halls Gap

Great Grampians

A travel blog entry by jroe on Dec 20, 2014

15 photos

... across Australia and New Zealand. So I was a bit nervous when YHA was one of a few options for hostels in the Halls Gap area. Fortunately, the Eco-friendly hostel was fantastic. It was small and not super crowded with lovely modern facilities and the cleanest hostel kitchen I have ever seen. I am sure it was nicer than many of the hotels in the area. In fact, the hostel was very close to the hike I had picked out to do.

On the way ...

Pinnacle of Victoria

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Dec 18, 2014

43 photos

... big kangaroo hopped across the road in front of us and then over a fence and off into a field. He must have been 5 or 6 feet tall – unfortunately the camera was not easily accessible so we missed out on a picture. When we got to the campsite, it was the best one we had been to so far in Australia, nestled nicely in a forest in the middle of nowhere.

In the morning, we did a 10km loop walk through the park. We thought ...

Cold Nights and Warm Days in Halls Gap

A travel blog entry by january1966 on Sep 17, 2014

8 photos

... lots of learning opportunity!
First impression: heaps (popular Aussie word) of kangaroos! We'd see mobs of them in open fields. At first we would stop, get out of the car to take photos. By day 5, we didn't even bother as we were so used to it. Within Grampians National Park, we also saw emus running down the road, skinks slowing slithering across the roads and ...

Our Own Time Zone

A travel blog entry by gurnhill on Aug 17, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

... Creek, Venus Baths, and Turrett Falls. I watched some of the locals play Petanque yesterday, not a lot more successful than some of us playing at home.Today has been very cold, so a quiet day accompanying the van heater, with a visit to Moco Gallery (and coffee and cake there).
This caravan park borders the National park, and kangaroos are in abundance. Care taken when walking anywhere!
Tomorrow we move to Castlemaine, possibly for a ...

The Grampians and Great Ocean Road (April 12-13)

A travel blog entry by lizg65 on Apr 13, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

... that because each stop is spectacular. I am not exaggerating! Because we head out early the kangaroos are once again out in full force. I'm sitting up front on the bus and the driver has to slow down regularly for the first hour or so because there are so many of them along the road. Most know the vehicle is there and back away as we approach but one can't be too sure. We see at least 50 in that short time. Our driver also takes ...