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Grampians Wonderland Cabins, Halls Gap

Enjoy conservation protected bushland adjoining the Grampians National Park. Visitors to Halls Gap in the Grampians National Park are invited to stay at Grampians Wonderland Cabins in one of six self-contained holiday cottages on 24 acres of natural bushland.

The site is a registered ‘Land for Wildlife’ property which provides natural habitat for a large variety of flora and fauna. Registered with the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Land for Wildlife supports voluntary conservation. The site is also protected by the owners entering into a conservation covenant with the ‘Trust for Nature’. ‘

Trust for Nature’ works with property owners and all future owners, and legally binds them to ensure that the bushland on their properties is protected. Native animals are frequently seen, particularly kangaroos, numerous bird species, and Grampians plants, including native orchids. Some activities available close to Grampians Wonderland Cabins in the National Park are: bushwalking, birdwatching, scenic drives, 4WD tours, adventure tours; Aboriginal Cultural centre and Art sites.

Accommodation Options


Self-contained – accommodating 4 persons (each cottage has 2 bedrooms)

Popular Activities

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  • Adventure
  • Wildlife

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