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Mount Worth State Park

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Mount Worth State Park protects a remnant of the forests that once covered the western Strzelecki Ranges. Tall wet forests of Mountain Ash, Mountain Grey Gum and Blackwood grow on the hills and slopes and tree fers flourish in sheltered gullies.

Walking, picnicking and sightseeing are the most popular activities. The Giant's Circuit walk follows an old tramline route along Lorkin Creek to the Standing Giant - a huge Mountain Ash seven metres in circumference and probably more than 300 years old. Two lookouts on McDonald's Track give panoramic views over the Latrobe River valley, the Great Dividing Range and Westernport Bay.

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

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Local directions:

The park is about 125km south-east of Melbourne and 22km south-east of Warragul. Access from Warragul is via the Grand Ridge Road and McDonald's Track, from Darnum via the Darnum-Allambee Road and the Allambee Estate Road, and from Leongatha via the Leongatha-Warragul Road and Leongatha-Yarragon Road via Hallston. All roads are signposted.

  • Car park
  • Picnic area
  • Public toilet
  • Birdwatching
  • Self guided