Grand Ridge Road

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Grand Ridge Road
Victoria
General information
Type Rural road
Length 135 km (84 mi)[1]
Tourist routes yes
Major junctions
West end Korumburra-Warragul Road, Seaview
  Strzelecki Highway
East end Hyland Highway, Carrajung
Location(s)
Major settlements Mirboo North
Highway system
Highways in Australia
National HighwayFreeways in Australia
Highways in Victoria

The Grand Ridge Road, partially designated route C484, is a long tourist drive through Gippsland, in Victoria, Australia. 135 kilometres long, it runs from Seaview, to Carrajung, via Ferndale, Trida (named after Trida, New South Wales), Hallston, Mirboo North, Gunyah, Balook and Blackwarry. As the name suggests, the road primarily follows ridgelines through the heavily undulating Strzelecki Ranges.

The road is known for the attractive scenery ranging from open farmland to dense forest, especially as it passes through Mount Worth State Park and Tarra Bulga National Park. Its surface ranges from good quality sealed bitumen to heavily corrugated unsealed gravel.

Significant intersections[edit]

LGA Location km[1] mi Destinations Notes
Baw Baw Seaview 0 0.0 Korumburra-Warragul Road (C425) – Korumburra, Warragul As Tourist Drive 93
South Gippsland Mirboo North 39 24 Strzelecki Highway (B460) Concurrent with Strzelecki Highway for 3.5km
42 26 Meeniyan–Mirboo North Road (C455) – Dumbalk, Meeniyan
43 27
Mirboo 57 35 Foster Road – Boolarra
Gunyah 70 43 Boolarra-Foster Road – Foster
Wellington Balook 108 67 Tarra Valley Road (C484) – Yarram Grand Ridge Road continues as route C484
115 71 Traralgon-Balook Road (C483) – Traralgon
Willung South 132 82 Hyland Highway (C482) – Traralgon, Yarram As route C484
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Google (1 February 2017). "Grand Ridge Road" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 1 February 2017. 

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