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General Information About The Grampians Region
The township of Halls Gap, is located well inside the Grampians National Park and properties titles in the main street are controlled by a very small number of owners and as a result the development of the township of Halls Gap has been somewhat restricted. In fact first time visitors to Halls Gap are left wondering where in the township is actually located as result there is only one service station, one supermarket and one restaurant in the middle of Halls Gap. and the nearest pub is about 5 kilometres away. This has distorted the development of the township and deprived Halls Gap of a heart as there is no prices in the town and local visitors know to buy their food and petrol before going to Halls Gap. This notwithstanding Halls Gap is still a very pleasant place to visit and has a similar attractions to places like the Lakes District in England where hiking and bush walking are the most popular pursuits. The Grampians is also filled with most of Australia’s native flora and fauna and popular with overseas visitors looking to see Australia’s wild life in one location. Not to mention the Grampians is one of better wine growing regions and so attracts many wine and food buffs.
The abundant native wildlife in the Grampians is a great attraction, especially for overseas tourists and some city folk who don't get to see our native wildlife very often .
The quintessential Aussie outback, with open plains populated with sheep and a small mountain range covered with bush.