Bailey’s Rocks – Dergholm State Park

Bailey's Rocks are a collection of giant green granite boulders in the Dergholm State Park. Formed 500 million years ago. Bailey's Rocks is reported to...read more.

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Bailey' Rocks Road, Dergholm, VIC, 3312
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Bailey’s Rocks are a collection of giant green granite boulders in the Dergholm State Park. Formed 500 million years ago.

Bailey’s Rocks is reported to be one of the best exposures of granite basement in this area and the unusual green colouring of the huge boulders is of great interest.

They are easily accessible by two well defined walking tracks. Camping, picnics, walking, orienteering, scenic and four wheel driving are popular pastimes.

Dogs are permitted on a lead at Bailey’s Rocks picnic area. Dogs are not permitted in any other part of the park.

Don’t forget your camera.

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  • Carpark
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet

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