Showing resilience is something the Halls Gap community as a whole has simply become accustomed to over the years.
The township has been hit by fires and floods and now, the tourist attraction has been hit with booking cancellations due to confusion over the location of the current Grampians fires.
The biggest problem, at least for people living in Melbourne and beyond, seems to be that when the Grampians are mentioned, attention immediately turns to Halls Gap.
Several operators have reported receiving phone calls from people wanting to cancel their accommodation bookings, as they don't feel safe travelling to an area under threat from bushfire. At least that's what they are hearing and reading in metropolitan areas.
However, authorities have been quick to jump on board and declare that Halls Gap is in no way under threat from the fires that are burning at the southern end of the Grampians, closer to Cavendish and Dunkeld.
No-one can blame visitors for at least checking before starting their journey, but there is no doubt improvements are needed when it comes to getting the right information out there, particularly to metropolitan areas.
One suggestion has been to break the Grampians up into sections and making certain these 'divisions' are well known and well publicised.
That would in no way involve removing historic names, but in the event of a natural disaster, it would at least give people a better understanding of which areas are under threat and those, like Halls Gap, that remain safe.