Mount Worth State Park is located 15 km south of Warragul in the
western Strzelecki Ranges. It offers rainforest walking trails and
scenic views of Gippsland as well as across the Latrobe Valley to the
Great Dividing Range.
The wet, mountain rainforest of Mountain Ash (with at least one
specimen 90 metres tall, 7 metres wide and approaching 300 years old),
Blackwood and Mountain Grey Gum supports a wide variety of plants and
animals, such as the tree ferns, wombat, possum, platypus, Crimson
Rosella, lyrebird and many others.