Enjoy a breakfast of fresh regional produce at Livefast Lifestyle Cafe, also home to some of the region’s best coffee. The young and energetic team love nothing more than exploring the National Park on climbs, runs, rides or hikes and checking out local live music – they’re some of the best Grampians tourist advisers!
Dine at Spirit of Punjab Indian Restaurant - there’s nothing quite as warming as a deeply flavoured curry on a winter’s night! The extensive menu of 90 dishes which can be prepared mild, medium or hot, is prepared with fresh ingredients and pure spices.
Close by Hemley House and Heath House you’ll find Raccolto Pizzeria, serving authentic-style Italian pizza cooked in a wood-fired brick oven. This cosy, homely spot with a generous al fresco area is one of Halls Gap’s newest foodie destinations but has quickly become a favourite with locals and visitors alike.
Hiring an E-Bike from Halls Gap E-Bike Hire is a great way to explore the 18 kilometres of shared bike path running from Halls Gap to Lake Bellfield and back. Suitable for ages 12-90, no license is required, and helmets are provided. Try a little something different this holiday. You might just become an E-Bike fan!
A true icon of the region, Halls Gap Zoo is a must-visit. Exhibiting more than 160 animals, it’s home to a number of endangered species. The kids will love the opportunity to hand feed some of the animals. Wheelchair access, picnic spots, snack and souvenir shops and a playground round out this excellent local attraction.