Set on 50 acres and the perfect place for relaxation. Boasting a picturesque water setting, tranquil native garden surround and amazing panoramic mountain views. Accommodation is fully self-contained providing all the comforts of home with a style to suit all budgets. Located only a short distance from the Halls Gap township, Halls Haven is the perfect base to explore the many wonders of the Grampians National Park.
Escape to the country
You can also stay, play & feed our friendly animals
We have gorgeous Ducks, friendly Alpacas, curious Chooks, Goats and old Cows. Enjoy the up close and personal experience of feeding the animals everyday. Make it a weekend getaway and bring the whole family... the kids will love it!
Enjoy the relaxed & friendly feel of our facilities
“The owners are SO welcoming and friendly. They have everything you need to stay and have a few lay-about days but it is also close enough to everything the Grampians has to offer if you want to go out and explore. My Fiancée and I absolutely loved our stay and can't wait to go back. The views and property is stunning. Perfect view of the sun setting behind the mountains. Open areas to watch their animals or the wild kangaroos come across as dusk. Our stay here perfected our trip and we are planning to return as soon and as often as possible. Cannot recommend this place enough!”
Marley - Sept 2017
“It was pleasantly relaxing & enjoyable stay. The 2 bedroom unit we rented was comfy, we were able to cook, bathroom/toilet was clean. I couldn't fault it. Reasonably priced. Great location, close enough to the centre yet not smack bang in the middle so it was a lot private. The surrounding was to die for - animals roaming around, bonfire, the view was spectacular. Staff were excellent.”
Charie - July 2017
“It's an awesome resort located close to all the places you may want to go to in the grampians area, yet secluded and in a idyllic country setting. We woke up to the sight of the majestic Grampians mountains, beautiful parrots chirping away, beautiful cuckatoos making their unmistakable shrill cry overhead, and alpacas and a horse grazing in the bushes peacefully. The kids enjoyed feeding the animals and the little children's area outside the cottage.”