Halls Gap is a small town located right in the heart of the Grampians National Park, and while the first white settler, Charles Browning Hall was a cattleman, today the town’s main industry is tourism. It is located in the Fyans Valley, nestled between the Wonderland and the Mt. William Ranges.
The valley is quite narrow, so where-ever you look, you will see mountains rising up. The township is well set up with plenty of facilities for visitors, such as picnic grounds, BBQs and playgrounds for the children.
There is a shared path for cyclists and pedestrians, separate from the main road, helping to keep people safe from cars. The town can get quite busy in peak season.