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The Happy Wanderer Holiday Resort is a privately owned tourist complex in the Grampians.
It is situated on 16 hectares of attractive bushland within the Wartook Valley on the western or sunny side of the Grampians, as it only gets 60 per cent of Hall's Gap rainfall, located at Wartook. Breathtaking views of the spectacular surrounding mountains can be viewed from your cabin.
The Resort provides a quiet, relaxing retreat for couples and families and many facilities for the more active guests. There are plenty of things to keep the kids busy.
The Happy Wanderer Holiday Resort offers affordable, quality accommodation consisting of executive, deluxe and standard two bedroom log cabins and log flats. In a separate area there is on-site caravans and cabin-vans with external private ensuites. Now with powered and unpowered sites available.
Guests of all ages can enjoy spectacular mountain scenery, aboriginal art sites, rock-climbing, bush-walking, wildflowers, wildlife, sporting activities, horse riding, or just relaxing.
Besides the many activities to participate in within and around the Grampians National Park, the resort has a wide range of facilities including an in-ground solar heated swimming pool, full size tennis court and two half-court tennis courts that are floodlit, nine hole golf course, large playground with sandpit.
There are laundries, barbecue's, a general store, fuel and tourism information available for your convenience.
The resort has been planted with over 3000 Australian native trees and shrubs to attract a wide variety of birds and native orchids. A large number of kangaroos who graze on their golf course along side visiting emus.
The Happy Wanderer Holiday Resort is strategically placed for half day and full day trips in and around the Grampians and Wimmera. You can visit nearby well-stocked lakes for fishing, wineries and towns such as Horsham, Halls Gap and Stawell.