Holland Track Friday 10th – Sun 12th optional 13th May 20

General Info:

The Holland Track is an iconic 4wd track that was forges in 1893 by John Holland. It was originally built as a shirt cut for miners from the south to the goldfields. Today's track runs from near Hyden to Victoria Rock.

Rating - Hard - If you have any questions about suitability for this trip please contact Howard Goad, phone number is in the details seen when logged into the webpage.

The Trip is rated as hard and is suitable for dual range 4wds with good clearance only.

There is a high probability of scratches to paintwork and risk of tyre damage.

Suitable for tents/swags and proper heavy duty offroad camp trailers but some spots can be very tight for trailers. Not suitable for caravans.

Vehicles recovery points and an air compressor are essential.

The trip will be weather dependant and may be rescheduled to later in the year at the discretion of the Trip Leader.

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50th Anniversary of Safe and Responsible four wheel driving in the bush

Our objective is to establish, maintain and conduct a Club of an educational, recreational, social and non-political character for the purpose of promoting and fostering safe and intelligent four wheel driving.

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