Heatherlie Cottages Halls Gap

Address: 23 Mt Zero rd, Halls Gap, Victoria, 3380, Australia | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on 23 Mt Zero rd, Halls Gap.
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      Travel Blogs from Halls Gap

      “Look at those two drunk people boxing!"

      A travel blog entry by thailandtrip01 on Feb 19, 2015

      ... 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, ...

      Friends over

      A travel blog entry by leo_k_2012 on Dec 01, 2014

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      2 months in the Grampians, and all of the sudden we got visitors for a few days! Met for the first time up in the Katherine Gorge, Northern Territory, we all got reunite.
      It was so nice having all of you guys over, I very much enjoyed the time together, the evening BBQ ...

      Grampians and Halls Gap

      A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on Oct 29, 2014

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      A cold start to the day, but sun soon rises and warms us. We take off to explore the Grampians 168,000 hectare national park, renowned for rugged mountains and breathtaking views, Aboriginal rock art, active population of Kangeroos, Wallabies, Emus, Reptiles and Birds, over 1000 wildflower species, Waterfalls ( when they have had some rain), lookouts and rock formation (escarpments). ...

      The journey from Adelaide to Melbourne begins

      A travel blog entry by kkmedia on Jul 26, 2014

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      We loaded unto another bus and set off for the long trip to Melbourne. We stopped in Bordertown to see the white albino kangaroos. Then we stopped in Horsham for a break and then it was off to Grampians National Park. Our tour guide Neil drove through an area of the park that was decimated by fire around Christmas. It was very sad and a bit eerie to look up at the hill side and see all dead ...

      Grand Grampians

      A travel blog entry by cmreid on Jul 18, 2014

      34 photos

      ... town, Casterton, to check out the lagoon and kelpie trail revealing the life and times of the kelpie. Not far from Casterton we stopped again to look at Wannon Falls, before continuing our journey to Halls Gap.

      Halls Gap is in the heart of The Grampians and was the perfect place for us to explore the area. We stayed in an amazing caravan park next to Lake Bellfield. Kayleigh was thrilled with the carefree wildlife ...