Mountain View Motor Inn & Holiday Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMountain View Motor Inn & Holiday Lodge Halls Gap
We stayed in a cabin at Mountain View. Good location - just a short drive to Grampians National Park. Within walking distance to Halls Gap Zoo. Five adults stayed in the cabin. Fairly enough room. Pretty cold at night in the bedrooms. Poor WiFi access.
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On September 10 we flew from Perth to Melbourne, rented a van and drove 3 hours to Halls Gap to meet up with my husband's colleague Doug Craig and his wife Ruth. We stayed in Halls Gap and drove daily to Grampians National Park to visit streams to collect sandflies/black flies. I am now with 3 entomologists and 1 botanist (Ruth). Feeling a little …
... experience here in Halls Gap; I'd never even heard of the Grampians before this, so it was a totally unexpected adventure and I will remember it for the rest of my life. I can't recall the last time I was so physically overwhelmed with sheer terror. You need those moments to keep you grounded!
Just got back from a tasty hot stone cooked steak (first time I'd done that) and now it's time to turn in and get some sleep for our big ride ...
... Dunkeld, for lunch at the famous Royal Mail Hotel. Well we got to the information centre and discovered we'd driven right past it...a very unprepossessing single story building. So we got back in the car and carried on (John says...a real one horse town!).
It didn't take long to get to Brambuk, the aboriginal cultural centre on the outskirts of Halls Gap, near where we're staying tonight. Did you know that the ...
We decided to go for a drive today, and see the top half of the Grampians and the towns around the area. There are some lovely spots, and we had a great day. We drove into Rupanyup and saw a sign for a farming museum, and decided to call in. They were just starting up a very old Sunshine harvester. It was amazing to watch and we were very lucky to be there at that time. The place was started by two brothers, and one has passed away so ...
... is way thirstier than my tiny beginner's bike. We stop at the hilarious Big Koala at Dadswell's Bridge to discuss the situation and decide to press on - we reckon Tom will make it if we take it easy.
So Tom takes it easy. Very easy, pootling along at 90 or so to save fuel. I'm riding behind him when an enormous cattle truck comes bearing down on us at warp speed. I flash Tom with my high beams and indicate left...but Tom doesn't see me. I pull over to the shoulder, the ...