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Halls Gap in Victoria is a small township on Grampians Road in Grampians National Park. The town's main industry is tourism, due to its location. It has specialty shops, adventure and tour providers, restaurants, cafes, and a range of accomodation options.
Halls Gap is surrounded by the rugged Mount William and Wonderland Ranges. From the town a number of great walks, spectacular lookouts, scenic waterfalls, lakes, and abundant wildlife are accessible.
The Grampians is one of Victoria's most impressive natural features. The area comprises ancient rugged mountains that form the southern end of Australia's longest mountain chain, The Great Dividing Range.