Tim’s Place is an Eco Friendly Apartment, Backpackers and Hostel accommodation venue in Halls Gap, The Grampians.
Tim’s Place offers comfortable and affordable holiday options for travellers, backpackers, families and groups.
Eco Friendly Apartments
Tim’s Place has two comfortable fully self contained apartments –
The two apartments have free plunger coffee / tea, free WiFi, free bikes, private BBQ patios overlooking the park and a table tennis table for guests use.
All linen and towels are provided with all beds made up with doonas. The apartments are warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Eco Friendly Backpackers & Hostel
Tim’s Place is a small, boutique Backpackers Hostel which offers 5 bedrooms for the guests –
There are shared rooms, rooms with ensuites, double rooms, single rooms, triple rooms and family rooms.
The kitchen is fully equipped and the lounge / dining room is cosy and homely. There is also a TV room for guests.
Tim’s Place Hostel is now Dog Friendly!
Tim’s Place is offering a bedroom with yard and dog kennel to guests who would like to bring their dog on holiday with them to the Grampians National Park. Guests have a lovely north facing bedroom with a double bed and a single bed with a verandah, table and chairs in a fenced yard ( 8m x 5m ). It is a very private room and the kennel can be placed outside the glass sliding door. Guests must bring bedding for their dogs and the dogs are not allowed into the bedroom.
Tim’s dog, Beau, a friendly, older chocolate colored Labrador looks forward to meeting new friends. There is no charge for the dogs and guests pay normal rates. Dogs must be on a lead outside the yard. Tim’s Place looks forward to having you stay with your dog.
Report: Yoga and Nature Retreat – Tim’s Place March 2018
A small group of enthusiastic women enjoyed a sense of friendship through their shared interest in yoga.
Everybody went home enthusiastic and motivated to practise more awareness in their lives. We all feel well rested after this gentle yoga retreat led by Satyananda yoga teacher Barbara Carr.
This combination of harp sounds, with the breathtaking backdrop of Gariwerd National Park are hard to beat and can best be experienced within the silent space created through yoga. Those who did not have the possibility to come this time will have another chance on the first weekend of December 2018.
We look forward to sharing this weekend with you.