Baileys Rocks camping area

Camper trailer Caravan access Dogs allowed Drinking water Free Information No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Ranger Special campsite Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Walking trails

Baileys Rocks, in the Bogalara block of Dergholm State Park, are so-called for the ancient granite tors found here. Aside from ogling the impressive stonework, you can also follow the Rocky Creek walking track, which does a 5 km loop from the campground. In the neighbouring Youpayang block is what’s been deemed the world’s largest river red gum, Bilston’s Tree. To get to the campground, turn onto Baileys Rocks Rd from the Casterton–Naracoorte Rd. Note: boil the tank water before drinking it. Dogs permitted in picnic area.


Who to contact: Parks Victoria 13 1963

This campsite is located in Dergholm State Park

A drive of 40 km north-west of Casterton will take you to Dergholm State Park, an area of gentle hills where you can picnic among the red gums and brown stringybarks. The 10 400 ha park is split into 2 blocks: the southernmost is called Youpayang, while the northernmost is called Bogalara.

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