Holey Plains State Park
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Holey Plains State Park covers an area of 10,638 hectares of mostly Banksia and Eucalypt open-forest and woodlands growing in a series of low sandy ridges. Proclaimed in 1977, the park protects an extremely high diversity of native flora and abundant wildlife, while providing for bushwalking, picnicking, camping and other activities.
Explore the park on foot on a number of different walks. Many of the tracks off Rosedale-Stradbroke Road provide easy walks and are particularly beautiful in spring when wildflowers are in bloom.
Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, the Gunai/Kurnai identify the Holey Plains State Park as their Traditional Country. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria
Popular things to do
Camping and picnic facilities, including toilets, are provided at Harrier Swamp. Campers need to bring their own water and fires…
Picnic facilities, including fireplaces and toilets, are provided at Clear Water Lake.
Holey Hill is the highest point in the park at 218m. The fire tower (access to the first landing only)…
Picnic facilities, including fireplaces, are provided at Merriman Creek. Please note that there are no toilet facilities.
Banksia Forest Walking Track (1km, 20 mins), located near the picnic area at Holey Hill, leads around the northern slopes…