Holey Hill camping area
Holey Hill is only 200 m high, but that’s enough to make it the highpoint of this low-lying state park. While camping here you can stroll down the 1 km Banksia Forest Walking Track or take the Long Swamp Walking Track over to the area’s largest marsh – this is a good place to hear the many local species of frog at full croak. From Limestone Quarry Rd, turn onto Holey Hill Track to get here.
Who to contact: Parks Victoria 13 1963
This campsite is located in Holey Plains State Park
Holey Plains is a great place for nature lovers due to its nearly 11 000 ha of diverse vegetation and the numerous easygoing walking tracks winding through it. Wallabies, emus and a multitude of airborne birds also crowd the park’s lovely environs. Holey Plains lies between the Princes and South Gippsland hwys south of Rosedale – take Limestone Quarry Rd off the Rosedale–Willung Rd.
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