Boroka Downs

51 Birdswing Road, Halls Gap, Victoria, 3381, Australia | 5 star villa
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This 5 star villa, located on 51 Birdswing Road, Halls Gap, is near Halls Gap Wildlife Park and Zoo and The Gap Vineyard.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBoroka Downs Halls Gap

    Reviewed by suzanne-pascal

    Fabulous accommodation with great wildlife experience

    Reviewed Dec 18, 2011
    by (24 reviews) Utrecht , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

    We stayed several nights in the secluded cottage at Boroka Downs. The cottage contains everything you can think and is nicely decorated. It was great to see the kangaroos hopping by while sitting outside and enjoyed the wildlife tour through the estate that was offered. Bob and Stephanie were quite friendly and we were happy to find internet available in the cottage. Overall a fabulous experience!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Boroka Downs Halls Gap

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    Travel Blogs from Halls Gap

    Grand Grampians

    A travel blog entry by cmreid on Jul 18, 2014

    34 photos

    ... the park. Though she was disappointed that the wallabies and kangaroos wouldn't let her feed and cuddle them, she was thrilled to be able to feed the cockatoos and rosellas. We enjoyed a few different walks and saw some beautiful waterfalls, amazing rock formations and spectacular scenery from various lookouts. A highlight was walking to the top of Mt William to find little patches of snow and watching the kids joy as ...

    The Grampians.

    A travel blog entry by lgodfrey3 on May 17, 2014

    53 photos

    ... s a small shop, a small triangular green and rural houses. Very strange, the guide takes us over to an area of a few trees. Up in the bushes are koala's. Sitting, resting, oblivious to everything around them. When comes the bird seed, out of no where there are parrot. They adorn our heads, arms, shoulders, it's amazing to see these creatures so close in the wild. Very happy we head onto Aireys inlet lighthouse then onto Torquay.

    Then it's back to the bus for the final journey to ...

    Happy Days At Halls Gap

    A travel blog entry by dollyandace on Mar 05, 2014

    2 comments, 32 photos

    ... makers taking advantage of the March long weekend. There is a good walking track from the park into town (about 3km) and we’re all pleased to get back to our daily exercise routine.

    Halls Gap bakery does a pretty decent take away pie (forget the sausage rolls) and we had the pleasure of sharing a lunchtime table with a delightful couple, Isobel and Les Jordan - ‘River’ to his friends. The Jordan’s live in Yarram, but ...

    The Grampians and Halls Gap and the bike drama!

    A travel blog entry by melaniesch on Feb 28, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    We left Port Fairy and headed straight up to the Grampians. For those who (like me until recently!) had no idea what The Grampians are, it is essentially a National Park and a range of mountain dust north of Warrnambool in Victoria. I had heard a lot about them from when Bethanie and Ben were here and really just wanted to see what all the fuss was about. We really wanted to do a free camp in the Grampians but were not keen on carrying the additional 400 kilos of weight on the van all ...

    Ziggy had fun at Green Hill Lake again!

    A travel blog entry by ziggy-prime on Jan 25, 2014

    28 photos

    ... br>

    In the afternoon after my nap, Dad took me for a walk on my lead and passed by the gazebo where Dodge was sleeping on the floor.... wowee! He flew at me.... but I gave as good as I got and I reckon I had at least 44 paws and claws going at once!! Poor Dad... I used him as a "tree" and clawed my way up him to his head as the highest point! ...