Holland Track Drive Trail

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Holland Track Drive Trail is a 288.6 kilometer moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Holt Rock, Western Australia, Australia that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

289 km
1,220 m
Point to Point



nature trips

scenic driving



wild flowers



no dogs

Explore a 4WD historic track in the Great Western Woodlands from the Wheatbelt to the Goldfields The famous and historic Holland Track is a popular outback 4WD track from Broomehill in the Wheatbelt to Coolgardie in the Great Western Woodlands. This guide to the northern section of the Holland Track can be enjoyed regardless of whether you start from the northern or southern end. Download it to your phone before departure. The Great Western Woodlands is an internationally significant area of great biological richness that has been compared to Africa's Serengeti. It is the largest remaining area of intact Mediterranean climate woodland left on Earth. Covering almost 16 million hectares-about the same size as England-this continuous band of native vegetation stretches from the edge of the Western Australian Wheatbelt to Kalgoorlie-Boulder in the north, to the inland deserts to the north-east and the Nullarbor Plain to the east.

2 months ago

A great drive, carry plenty of water, fuel and food, experienced driver if doing it alone, but best with a convoy. Heaps of camping locations along the track. Best to deflate tyres to 20-25psi due to rocks, tree roots and sandy locations. Some long/deep bog holes in the wetter months, chicken tracks offer a safe passage around.