How many days do you need in the Grampians?
The Grampians National Park is 160 glorious kilometres from top to bottom. Nestled in the heart of it is the small town of Halls Gap, a nature-lovers paradise and the perfect place to base yourself for a lot of adventure. Offering easy access to some of the biggest sights, including the Grampians Pinnacle, MacKenzie Falls and Boroka Lookout, the town also boasts some amazing restaurants and first-class wineries.
So how many days you'll need depends on how much adventure, relaxation, and space to breathe you're looking to find. You can pack a lot of the excitement into a short amount of time; we recommend at least two full days to take in the main sights, but you could easily spend a week or more soaking up the scenery and enjoying some peace and adventure in nature, as the local like to do.
For maximum relaxation, make it a Grampians cabin stay with Breeze Holiday Parks
There's no denying there is something special about camping and caravanning. Still, there are many reasons why you might opt for the comfort of a simple Grampians cabin for your next Grampians caravan park stay. When you're bringing the family away it's always good to know that everything you might need will be there ready and waiting for you, not crammed into the back of the car like a game of Giant Jenga. Crisp white sheets, starched white towels, a kitchen full of catering conveniences, and a covered deck with real non-collapsible chairs to sit out on are all little luxuries offered in our simple Grampians cabins. Leave the mental load at home and let us do the hard work for you - all you'll need is some clothes, food (although there is always the Halls Gap General Store for essentials) and maybe some bikes or other toys to make the most of your stay.
Walking the Grampians Peak Trail? Recharge with a Grampians cabin stay in the heart of Halls Gap
Did you know that Halls Gap is stop number four on Australia's latest world-class walk, the Grampians Peak Trail? Allowing avid hikers to 'hike to new heights', the full route is a challenging 164km, grade five long-distance adventure. But before you say a 13-day hike is a bit much for me, the route has been brilliantly planned allowing it to be broken up into manageable sections, with stretches taking anywhere from four hours to three days. 100km of new access paths join 60km of existing trails allowing access to previously inaccessible areas and breathtaking sights, including the Waterfalls of Gar, the peaks of Mt Stapylton and Mt Rosea and Signal Peak, before winding over Mt Abrupt and back down again via an amazing set of 100 rock steps, all built by hand, to Dunkeld in the south.
Whatever distance you are looking to challenge yourself to, you can't go past Breeze Holiday Parks - Halls Gap - literally - as the walk enters and exits the town through the back of our Halls Gap caravan park. So what better place to enjoy the perfect Grampians cabin! You'll find a range of them available to suit every taste and budget. We recommend a Couples Spa Cabin to rejuvenate tired limbs, or a Twin Deluxe Cabin, from where you can sit on the deck at the front of the park and take in the comings and goings of this beautiful regional town. If you're looking to stay true to the trail, skip the luxuries and book a budget cabin, or better still, bring along your own hiking tent and set up in our tranquil unpowered area, along the banks of Stoney Creek. Breeze Holiday Parks - Grampians, is also easily accessible, just a simple 2.5km ramble down the town's shared footpath, passing the paddocks full of grazing kangaroos and emus, where you can enjoy a quieter stay away from the main town in a comfortable cabin with queen beds and spas and with the bonus of a swimming pool to cool off in.
So, for the most fuss-free home base on your Grampians caravan park stay, book one of our comfortable Grampians cabins at Breeze Holiday Parks today.