Dergholm State Park

Dergholm State Park

Address: Dergholm Chetwynd Rd, Dergholm, Victoria 3312

Freecall:  131 963  

Email: info@parks.vic.gov.au
Web: parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/dergholm-state-park

Set among rolling hills in Western Victoria, Dergholm State Park is a great place for bushwalking and picnicking in tranquil natural surrounds. Enjoy spectacular spring wildflowers by day. At night, try spotting the elusive Sugar Glider on a spotlight walk.

Camp, have a picnic or take the short loop walking track to explore the ancient granite rocks at Baileys Rocks.

Things to see and do
- Enjoy spectacular spring wildflowers by day
- At night, try a spotlight walk and look for nocturnal animals such as the elusive sugar glider
- Take a scenic drive along Rocky Creek, Tallengower and Dergholm-Chetwynd Roads to enjoy the forest setting
- Camp, have a picnic or take the short (330m) loop walking track marked by orange arrows to view and explore the large 500 million year old granite rocks at Baileys Rocks
- You can also take a walk along the Rocky Creek walking track that is 5km return and marked by blue arrows
- Explore the area around Dergholm State Park and visit Bilstons Tree, the world's largest measured river red rum, 1km east from the Youpayang Block boundary along Nolans Creek and Glenmia Roads

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

Content: Parks Victoria

Local directions

The 10,400 hectare park consists of two separate blocks (Youpayang and Bogalara) and is located in western Victoria, 390km from Melbourne and 450km from Adelaide. From Melbourne, head north off the Glenelg Highway at Casterton. From Adelaide turn south off the Wimmera Highway at Apsley. Access to the park is via Dergholm-Chetwynd Road (Youpayang block) and the Casterton-Apsley Road (Bogalara block) turning off at Baileys rocks camping and picnic are.

Facilities

  • Picnic area
  • Public toilet

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Self guided
  • Bushwalking

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