Safari Tent Pinnacle
A safari tent at the Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park situated in the heart of the Grampians National Park.
Just imagine on a starry night after a delicious gourmet BBQ, a couple of drinks around the campfire, to pop into the outdoor bath, to then slip into your ever so comfortable bed to wake up with the sounds of the birds. Made of canvas walls and decked out with handmade furniture created from European imported reclaimed wood.
If you are looking for a truly unique “at one with nature” 5-star experience in pure comfort whilst being up close with Australian Wildlife look no further.
Our luxury safari tent is an experience you will not want to miss. And if you really want to bring the kids…we did put in a set of bunks!
SAFARI TENT DETAILS
- Maximum Occupancy - 4 persons
- Bedroom - King Bed
- Other Bedding - 2 Single bunks in separate bedroom
- Bathroom - Shower & toilet
- Kitchen - Induction cooktop, microwave, small fridge, kettle, toaster, crockery, cutlery, cooking utensils
- Heating/ air-conditioning - Heater and pedestal fan
- BBQ - Weber BBQ
- Outdoor Bath
- Linen - Linen provided on King, no bedding on bunks (can be hired)
The bed fitted with a mosquito net canopy, not just stops the mozzies but also creates a romantic ambience. With the soft lights, a cosy corner to sit back and relax and even an indoor kitchenette with modern comforts like microwave, hot plate, fridge, kettle and toaster.
But the real glamping experience doesn’t really start until you get outside. A private outdoor deck, with a BBQ Weber and outdoor lounge with comfortable cushions will let you immerse in the sound and feel of the Australian outdoors!
Price per night for 2 people
Off Peak - $229.00
Shoulder - $279.00
High - $299.00
Peak - $329.00
Discover all the information you need for your Riparide adventure. Activities to excite and challenge and natural beauty to quiet and centre the mind. Head outside to explore a world of adventure and fulfilled living.
Explore the Grampians National Park – discover a series of rocky sandstone mountain ranges and spectacular forests rich with wildlife. There are a variety of walks to choose from – Pick from an easy stroll to a full day adventure or even the multi-day Grampians Peaks Trail hike.
The Pinnacle – Grampians National Park
This iconic lookout is one walk not to miss on you adventure in the Grampians. Choose from several walks varying in distance and difficulty. The 4.2km walk is perfect for keen hikers, wonder in awe at the precariously perched boulders as you climb towards the Grand Canyon, a smaller cousin of the American canyon. Arrive at The Pinnacle Lookout and appreciate the vast views of the Grampians.
ROCK CLIMBING & ABSEILING
Grampians National Park
The Grampians National Park contains hundreds of exhilarating climbs, particularly on the rugged cliff faces of Mounts Stapylton and Rosea. The perfect way to begin your rock climbing and abseiling adventure is to contact a local adventure company who offer a range of climbing and abseiling courses, including introductory lessons for the novice and programs covering advanced skills for even the most knowledgeable climber.
KAYAKING & FISHING
The Grampians National Park is the ideal place to hit the water for a paddle. Cruise the streams, lakes and creeks and enjoy the stunning landscapes and soak up the natural beauty. Either bring your own kayak or you are able to hire canoes and kayaks from local operators and set out on the waters of lakes Bellfield, Wartook, Fyans and Hamilton. Bring your fishing gear and cast a line while you’re enjoying the scenery. Feel alive by paddling and exploring the lakes and soaking up nature from your kayak.
MOUNTAIN BIKE RIDING
Take advantage of the region's narrow bush trails for some thrilling mountain bike riding. Tracks deliver numerous grades and terrains for all skill levels and are suitable for mountain and hybrid bikes. Either bring your own or you can hire bikes and go exploring at your own pace.
Mackenzie Falls - Halls Gap
There are several waterfalls to explore at the Grampians, the most popular being the impressive Mackenzie Falls. This is one of Victoria's largest waterfalls and flows all year. It’s an easy walk to an observation platform, that overlooks Broken Falls or you can take a more energetic route down the stairs for a closer look at the cascading Mackenzie Falls.
Unwind, switch off and enjoy the many lakes in the region. Whether its floating on a lilo or tube in summer or rugging up for a lakeside picnic and meander in autumn or spring. There is a beautiful lake to suit every season and landscape. Explore Lake Fyans, Rocklands Reservoir, Lake Lonsdale, Lake Bellfield and Lake Wartook and soak up the natural beauty and peace.
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