|Spent a few days exploring the Grampians National Park from the gateway town of Halls Gap.
The park is very beautiful with lots of interesting rock formations and aboriginal history. We drove out to some famous aboriginal rock paintings and visited the Brambuk Aboriginal culture museum. The rock paintings had a chicken-wire fence protecting them from graffiti, but were otherwise out in the middle of farm land. At dusk, we walked through town and were able to see lots of kangaroos, kookaburras and some deer.
On our second day, we got up very early and did the pinnacles and balconies walks. Beautiful!