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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      Great Grampians

      A travel blog entry by jroe on Dec 20, 2014

      15 photos

      ... hike there was a field filled with, pause, kangaroos!! I was delighted! I again proceeded to take a million photos. I go nuts for marsupials! The weather was wonderful and the hike was very refreshing after spending lots of time in the car.

      After a long drive and a hike, what could be better than a delicious burger and fries (chips as they are frequently called here) and a banana milk shake? What a treat that all the restaurants (4 ...

      Wie in Europa / Like in Europe

      A travel blog entry by diekleine on Nov 14, 2014

      24 photos

      ... Tag auf dem Programm stand.


      Our next destination were the Grampians. Not only the landscape here in Victoria looked European, but also the weather was like in Germany – rainy and cold. We passed Mount Gambier on our way, a small town with two really spectacular sights: a Blue Lake (are not all lakes blue? This one supposed to be more blue than a normal one, but yeah...) and the sinkhole. The sinkhole is actually a ...

      The Amazing Grampians

      A travel blog entry by kerridav1 on Oct 08, 2014

      30 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Our Own Time Zone

      A travel blog entry by gurnhill on Aug 17, 2014

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... a drive to Stawell and Ararat, another drive over the range to a car museum. This chap had fire up to his driveway, lost a lot of pasture; but his attitude to it now is so positive "I have new fences, the grass is growing beautifully and a lot of the dead wood under the trees has gone". An interesting private collection. Return via Assess Ears Road-no asses or asses ears either, just a lot of burnt bush.

      I enjoyed the Alpaca ...

      Reaching the Pinnacle(s)

      A travel blog entry by red_gamer on Apr 12, 2014

      14 photos

      ... home after spending so much of the day in the Autumn air in beautiful surroundings.

      I did put Rosa through her paces later in the week with a fast scramble up Chatauqua Peak.

      The entire northern Grampians walk was off limits after the January bushfires, but there's enough major walks in the Wonderland area not to worry about journeying too far away.

      We also went to the surprisingly ...