Attractions

Holland Track

Visitors can access the Goldfields Woodlands National Park via the southern entry point using the Holland Track.

Woolgangie Rock

Woolgangie Rock was modified as a catchment to provide water to steam locomotives. It is a site on the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail and features ruins and information. 

Diamond Rock

Goldfields Woodlands

Diamond Rock provides an interesting place to stop along the Holland Track, although not visible from the track. A short 200m walk trail leads to the rock. Granite outcrops such as this were an important water source for Aboriginal people and directly influenced John Holland's choice of route in 1893.

Thursday Rock

Thursday Rock is an interesting place to stop along the Holland Track. Climb to the summit, a cairn marks the top.

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Trails

Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail

Drive (2WD)
650 kilometres

The Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail takes you to WA’s Eastern Goldfields, rich in gold, history and scenery, revealing the story of a unique engineering feat. Travel on the old Goldfields Road along which fortune seekers rushed in the 1890s.

Campgrounds

Boondi Rock Campground

Small campground near Boondi Rock outcrop and dam with eight campsites, some of which cater for camper trailers and/or caravans.

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Victoria Rock Campground

Campground along the Holland Track near Victoria Rock, one of the most spectacular granite outcrops of the Great Western Woodlands.

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Cave Hill Campground

Camping in the Great Western Woodlands

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