Home to fascinating naval heritage and exciting outdoor adventure, Holbrook is a great stopover on the main inland Melbourne to Sydney driving route and is close to the magnificent Woomargama National Park.
Submarines & heritage
Affectionately known as ‘Submarine Town’, Holbrook is named after the first submariner to receive the Victoria Cross, Lieutenant Norman Holbrook. Learn about his bravery during the 1914 Gallipoli campaign at the Holbrook Submarine Museum and explore a fascinating collection of submarine memorabilia and the decommissioned HMAS Otway submarine.
Baking since 1899, the Holbrook Bakery is a popular hub of tasty delights. The Ten Mile is a relaxed eatery set inside a restored mechanic’s workshop and has a large outdoor dining area. Enjoy a fun day out at the Holbrook Agricultural Show, held each year in March. For upcoming events, check the events calendar.
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