Photos And Information About Mount Worth State Park
Mount Worth State Park covers approx. 1000 hectares of natural forest, tree ferns, regenerating native bush and cleared pasture land and has excellent tracks for bush walking. Most of the area is covered by dense woodland and can be quite cold, dark and damp in winter with the warmer months being my preferred time to visit. Wildlife is plentiful though often hidden in the thick undergrowth. Bird-life flourishes here including Lyrebirds.
How To Get To Mount Worth State Park
This picturesque and well maintained National Park can easily be accessed from Mirboo North, Warragul, Korumburra, Allambee, Hallston and Yarragon and is part of the western Strzelecki Ranges.
Photographs Taken In Mount Worth State Park
We’ve selected our favourite and most requested pictures and added them to the gallery towards the bottom of this page. The pictures, a mixture of natural colours, digitally enhanced and artistically inspired pieces taken of the native bushland, tree ferns, fungi and moss, trees, logs, branches, Mountain Ash, Blackwoods, Eucalypts, rocks, sign posts, leaves, gum trees, walking tracks, relics from the past, rusted machinery and more. You are also welcome to use the photographs, pictures and images of South Gippsland found here. To find out how easy it is to use them legally, go to our Contact page. Super High resolution and full size images are also available for promotions, brochures, television, advertising and other media. Request the Pictures you want of any of Victoria’s National, Coastal, and Marine Parks.
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