Kookaburra Motor Lodge

Address: 26 Heath Street, Halls Gap, Victoria, 3381, Australia | 4 star motel
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This 4 star motel, located on 26 Heath Street, Halls Gap, is near Halls Gap Wildlife Park and Zoo.
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    Travel Blogs from Halls Gap

    Halls Gap II - The Grampians

    A travel blog entry by colincurwen on Oct 20, 2014

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    It didn't feel like we would accomplished as much today because we wouldn't put a lot of km's on the bikes. This was our first double-nighter stay of the trip so we had the full day to run around Halls Gap and check out all the lookouts and trails the Grampians has to offer. We had as full and intense a day as I've ever had in my life!

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    Halls Gap - Sea to Sky: Great Ocean Road II

    A travel blog entry by colincurwen on Oct 19, 2014

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    Holy **** what a huge day today. Got an early start out of Apollo Bay and spent the morning winding inland through the hillsides while they were still shrouded in the morning mist off the ocean - a really great ride I was grinning all morning but little did I know it would get better as the day went on. I turned off my podcasts and hit the shuffle …

    Hanging out in Halls Gap

    A travel blog entry by nickyandmike on Jun 24, 2015

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    We managed to get up in record time the next morning, perhaps because the campsite showers were the most intermittent so far and we couldnt bear to stay in them for long. We started our morning with a drive to a huge waterfall. On the way we had to drive pretty slowly as really thick fog obscured the road and some of the corners had big drops down into the valleys! We arrived safely and decided first to walk to a lookout. Along the way ...

    Mountain view

    A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Feb 19, 2015

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    ... presumably to restore the cafe and information facilities and whatever else used to be there but were were burnt out. The next port of call was Reed Lookout, which itself was dramatic, but also has the start of the 2 km walk to The Balconies. The Lookout is over a vast plain, containing a couple of lakes, with mountains rather hazily in the distance. The Balconies gets its name from two slabs of limestone jutting out from the side of the escarpment, one above ...

    The Grampians.

    A travel blog entry by lgodfrey3 on May 17, 2014

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    ... that have been eroded to form the amazing stalactites on both sides of the staircase. We then head back to the 12 (8) Apostles and onto Gibson steps. To the left of the 12 Apostles this takes you down onto the beach. The rocks on the beach though seem almost like its coral covered in concrete. It's the strangest scene. We head back to the hyperventilating to the bus. Next stop is maits rest a short rainforest trail and then Apollo bay. We then pull into a seeming less insignificant ...