Frequently Asked Questions – FAQ

No WIFI needed. Just make sure that in the settings of your device the GPS location is turned on. As soon as you reconnect to the WIFI the material created by fulfilling tasks will be uploaded to our control panel.

As soon as you enter the code, your treasure hunt will be revealed. Some hunts will start at a specified location, while others can be completed randomly over the duration of your stay. Just listen carefully to the instructions.

With the description of each treasure hunt we have provided an estimated duration, which is an indication only, but you can take as long as you like and soak up the beauty the Grampians has to offer!

All treasure hunts can be undertaken by the young, the old and in between, but of course some are more suitable for certain age groups than others. In the description of each treasure hunt we detail the targeted age groups.

Guests staying at Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park will be able to collect a code at reception free of charge (only 1 code per booking, per stay). We are currently working on extending the offer to other visitors to the Grampians, which may incur a charge.

The aim of the game is to collect letters to create a word. By completing tasks, you can collect these letters. Some tasks may include a fee to undertake an activity. Please note that there is no obligation to fulfil such tasks. You simply won’t receive the letter attached to that task. We expect the costs would be small amounts of pocket money of approximately $5 to $10.

At this stage, none of the treasure hunts include hiking. We do recommend appropriate enclosed footwear with some grip on the soles.

Pack your own, visit the Halls Gap bakery or grab some lunch at one of the local cafés. It’s totally up to you!

To be able to enter the quarterly prize draw, simply follow the instructions during the treasure hunt.

GPS stand for Global Positioning System and is owned and operated by the United States Government.  It is a global navigation system that provides location to a GPS receiver.

The GPS does not require the user to transmit any data, and it operates independently of any telephonic or internet reception, though these technologies can enhance the usefulness of the GPS positioning information.