The Grand Ridge Road stretches about 130km through the Strzelecki Ranges, farmland and the Latrobe Valley. Enjoy great views of Mount Baw Baw to the north of the road and to the south is Bass Coast and Wilsons Promontory. You’ll travel through fern forests, rolling cattle pastures, mountain ashes and plantations. Begin your drive south of Warragul at the Mount Worth State Park. This park boasts cleared pastures, natural forest and regrowing native bush. It also has plenty of wildlife and places to picnic. The small town of Mirboo North is in the middle of the Grand Ridge Road journey and is the ideal place to stop for supplies, a picnic or to browse some shops. Near the eastern end of the Grand Ridge Road is Tarra Bulga National Park, which while it is relatively small, contains temperate rainforests that are sure to impress. See a range of plant life including mountain ash, myrtle beech, ferns and fungi. There are animals enjoying this pristine environment as well. Only skilled drivers should consider taking the road as it is narrow and windy in places. The Grand Ridge Road has been sealed in the western entrance in Seaview and Trida.
Leongatha is 15 minutes drive from Grand Ridge Road.
Mirboo North is 15 minutes drive from Grand Ridge Road.