First traversed by Europeans in 1836 the Grampians Mountain
Range was named after the Grampians in Scotland. As the region around the
Grampians slowly developed a few holiday homes and huts were setup to house
workers for the nearby Grampians to Stawell water scheme where present day Halls
Gap now exists.
Over the intervening years the village has grown slowly to
accommodate the many visitors to the region. Today you will find accommodation
of all types in and around the town. Bushwalks and lookouts abound around the
area providing a fascinating location to get away from the pressures of city
Check out our listing of
Grampians Region accommodation.
In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local
tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local
maps and other information.