is a town in Victoria, Australia. It is located on Grampians Road, in the Grampians National Park, in the Shire of Northern Grampians local government area. At the 2006 census Halls Gap had a population of 281. Its chief industry is tourism, due to its location in the Grampians National Park. The Halls Gap Wildlife Park and Zoo is located 7 km from town. Some of the development is controversial.
The first settler was Charles Browning Hall who set out in search of a suitable grazing run when he found the cattle market at Port Phillip Bay overstocked in 1841. Establishing a station just east of the Grampians in a spot known as 'Mokepilli' to the indigenous inhabitants (probably the Tjapwurong tribe).
The Grampians National Park is a national park in Victoria (Australia), 235 kilometres west of Melbourne. The Grampians feature a striking series of sandstone mountain ranges.