We are offering a quiet and peaceful 100 acres for fully self sufficient caravan and motorhomers to relax and enjoy the beautiful bush land and scenic views with the Grampians to the west and Blackranges to the east.
You are welcome to wander around and watch the native animals, such as Kangaroos, Emus, Deer, birds and other wild life, also the White Suffolk Sheep Stud that are on the property. We are offering unpowered sites near a large dam with camp fire areas and shade trees.
We are catering for the fully self sufficient caravan and motorhomer that have their own, power, water, showers and toilets.
The surrounding area is growing fast and offering great services in Halls Gap and the Grampian\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s region. In our immediate area there is a winery and zoo only1 km away. Entertainment such as festivals, art and flower shows, the Halls Gap and Pomonal markets that are on during the year. With many more wineries and attractions in the area such as lake Fyans and Lonsdale (boating) and Bellfield for fishing, swimming also rock climbing, hiking, bush walking, mini golf or just relaxing . Horse riding instructor available by appointment.
Only 10 minutes for Halls Gap offering Ambulance, Police and Fire service, it also has a good shopping centre. A Chemist on duty 6 days a week, a choice of restaurants, cafes and a bakery. Pomonal is 5 minutes away with a Fire service, local general store and a Hotel. We are 25 minutes from Stawell, 35 minutes from Ararat, both offering a wide range of services and shopping. We are 2 1/2 hours drive from Melbourne.
John& Greta Honeyman
Grampians Old Man Emu Stay
3971 Ararat Halls Gap Rd
HALLS GAP, VIC 3381
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