Mount Worth State Park
|Mount Worth State Park|
Mount Worth camping area
|Nearest town or city||Warragul|
|Area||10.4 km2 (4.0 sq mi)|
|Managing authorities||Parks Victoria|
|Website||Mount Worth State Park|
|See also||Protected areas of Victoria|
Mount Worth State Park is a state park in Victoria, Australia. It 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 the age of 300 years), 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.
- "Mount Worth State Park", Official website, Parks Victoria, retrieved 29 January 2012
- "Mount Worth Park visitor guide" (PDF), Park Notes, Parks Victoria, November 2011, retrieved 29 January 2012
- Collaborative Australian Protected Area Database CAPAD08, Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Populations and Communities, Commonwealth of Australia, 2008, retrieved 29 January 2012
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