Lake Grace and Newdegate are situated in the Southern Wheatbelt, surrounded by open rolling farmland and vast salt lakes that shimmer in shades of pink and green. In springtime the area is renowned as one of the Wheatbelt’s wildflower hotspots.
Founded in 1908 and named after the shallow salt lake eight kilometres to the west, Lake Grace is the major town in the region. Here you’ll find a fascinating display of artwork, from the mosaic garden and pioneering women’s murals to the sheep sculptures of the ‘On the Sheeps Back’ project.
Lake Grace is an RV Friendly Town and offers travellers convenient facilities, and a dump point facility is available in Newdegate.
You can follow John Holland’s 1893 epic journey at Newdegate, and find out how he and his partners cut the now famous Holland Track. Along the way, explore the salt lakes along ancient river systems and see the stunning spring wildflowers of Dragon Rock Reserve.