The Wonderland area hosts the most visitors to the Park, as it is close to Halls Gap, the major service centre around the National Park. It is situated in the Fyans Valley between the Mt William and Serra Ranges.
With its higher rainfall and dramatic cliffs, there are areas of very tall timber, sheer rock slopes and wonderful fern gullies. Most of the major tourist icons are along the road between Halls Gap and Wartook.
Halls Gap sits adjacent the Wonderland area of the Grampians. Named after CB Hall one of the original settlers in the area, Halls Gap was the original Grampians Holiday destination and houses the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre and National Park Information Centre. In the 1860's the Fyans Valley became the source of water for Stawell. Much of the early timber industry was based near Halls Gap.
Picnics in this area will usually be as a break between activities or in preparation for the next excursion.
A very popular walking area where some of the best and most accessible rock formations may be experienced. Home of the ever popular Pinnacle Walk.
Silverband Falls and Turret Falls are the most popular, but after rain there are many other small falls and cascades that can be very attractive. Venus Baths, which is a series of rock pools should not be overlooked.