The Wonderland Range sitting above Halls Gap in the Grampians National Park has been used by tourists for over 100 years. The Wonderland is home of the famous Pinnacle lookout, narrow Silent Street and the Grand Canyon. This section of walk is also part of the Grampians Peaks Trail, a long term project that will link up walking tracks from Mt Zero in the north of the park, down to Dunkeld at the southern tip of the park, making approximately 140km of walking track.

Parks Victoria engaged Tribal Tracks to harden section of walking track between Halls Gap and the Wonderland Carpark. This section was severely damaged by flood waters in 2011. We hardened sections using rock onsite to form creek crossings and stairs, achieving a more natural result, rather than introducing materials such as timber and steel.