Mountain View Motor Inn & Holiday Lodge
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- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
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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Travel Blogs from Halls Gap
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 …
Well we finally left Stawell at 12.30 and made our way for the banks of the Goulburn River in Murchison. We stopped at a park in Dunolly for lunch where a couple of other caravaners asked us where we were going. I thought for a while and replied "this is the first day of our around Australia trip". Wow, it's finally ...
... Continuing on we soon found ourselves at Reid Point where again after a short walk we were faced with breathtaking views of the entire mountain range, all from an impressive natural rock viewpoint nicknamed the balconies. Ignoring the “Do not climb over railing” we realised the best pictures were indeed to be on the other side of the railing… at the edge of the rocks… a few wobbly legs later and some impressive pictures, ...
... in the othere direction for different views.
MacKenzie falls, a long walk down and an even longer walk back, but worth it!
Ended up in Horsham
... to the peak not the 2-3 km we had been expecting. The track begins by winding through lovely forest before rising above the trees and moving around, under, and across the rocks until 2 hours later we arrive at the summit. The views are stunning,and well worth the effort with many considering it the walk of the week. Returning through the eucalypt forest nature's sounds and scents abound . A stroll to Silverband falls on the way back to the lodge ends our walks in the ...