Mount Worth State Park Walks

Mount Worth State Park

Mount Worth State Park WalksMount Worth State Park Walks
Mount Worth State Park Walks
  Mount Worth State Park Walks  
Mount Worth State Park Walks
  Mount Worth State Park Walks  
Mount Worth is situated approximately 125km south east of Melbourne between Korumburra and Warragul.

Situated on the western rim of the Strzelecki Ranges, Mount Worth State Park encompasses 1040 hectares of Mountain Ash forest and regenerating native bush. There are a number of walks within Mount Worth State Park that range is distance and difficulty level. The walks explore a variety of native vegetation and many incorporate historical interpretation.
Modes of Transport:Walkers welcome Walking
Difficulty:EASY / MEDIUM
Distance:SHORT / MEDIUM   
Giant's Circuit 1.8km, 1 hour return: Commencing at the Moonlight Creek picnic area this trail follows the route of a timber tramway through Mountain Ash Forest and fern filled gullies. This walk includes the includes the Standing Giant, a huge Mountain Ash with a girth of 7 metres.
Moonlight Circuit 8.5km, 3 hour return: Commencing at Moonlight Creek picnic area, this walk combines Moonlight Creek Track and Moonlight Divide Track to form a walking circuit. It is a strenous walk suitable for more experience walkers. the Moonlight Divide Track climbs steeply to the ridge and leads through regenerating Mountain Ash Forest with a dense understorey of Dogwood, Daisy Bush and Blackwood. Moonlight Creek Track follows a trickling mountain stream through lush fern gullies, to the sites of old timber mills.
Gardiners Mill Track 1.5km one-way, 1 hour return: This walk is an extension of The Giant Circuit and takes you through regenerating Mountain Ash forest and along the tree fern lined Clark Creek.
Maslins Mill 800 metres one-way, 40 minutes return: Commencing at the far end of the Moonlight Creek picnic area this track meanders through forest of Mountain Ash and Blackwood to Maslins's Mill site. Suitable for people with limited mobility.