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Situated in the Grampians, the Gang Gang Villas are nestled at the foot of the Pinnacle, where rocky earthy colours glow magnificently on sunset. The villas are a short picturesque walk from Halls Gap.

These self-contained villas are proudly owner-operated with personal pride taken in all aspects of providing you with the perfect holiday. The villas are ten square metres, modern and positioned discreetly, opposite the Brambuk Cultural Centre and cafe. There is a well-maintained two and a half kilometre pedestrian track to the hub of Halls Gap.

The bushwalking trails of the National Park have lured people for many years. Walks vary from leisurely strolls such as the Venus Baths walk, to the challenging walk to the apex of the Pinnacle where there are magnificent views.

You may choose to settle on the lounge with the warmth and glow of the fire or sip local wine on the veranda while viewing the mountains and wildlife. An abundance of wildlife visit the property: kangaroos, echidnas, emus, deer, Gang Gang cockatoos.

Gang Gang Villas are named after a local breed of cockatoo, the Gang Gang, and their unique call can be heard from your veranda.