Grand Ridge Road Tourist Information
If you'd like to take advantage of the many things to see and do during your stay at Grand Ridge, in the house you'll find an extensive information pack covering the attractions of the region. See below for a brief overview, with links to further information.
Grand Ridge Road is one of Gippsland's most spectacular scenic drives. More info (external web site)
Nearby Mossvale Park (Fact Sheet) features English trees, while giant native Mountain Ash can be seen at Mt Worth State Park.
Tarra Bulga National Park has easy walking trails, including a swing bridge, through tree ferns and ancient Beech Myrtle forest. More info (external web site).
Keen cyclists will find the area around Grand Ridge starting from our front gate ideal to ride in peace with bush and farmland surrounding you not to mention the birdlife. There are a multitude of specific bike trails within 20 kilometres of Grand Ridge http://www.promcountry.com.au/railtrail/
Walkers should check out the Grand Strzelecki Track with more that 100km of hiking tracks. More info (external web site)
Yarragon Village has a great collection of shops with art, craft, food and wine, cafes. More info (external web site)
The Koonwarra Store is well worth a visit for lunch or to stock up on fabulous regional gourmet food. More info (external web site)
There are 5 golf courses within 30 minutes of the house.
For a coastal experience south of Grand Ridge you'll find Cape Liptrap and Wilson's Promontory National Park, Victoria's most southern land mass. Wilson's Prom offers a variety of challenging walks as well as a few easier tracks. More info (external web site).
Heading south west along the coast you can explore Inverloch, Cape Paterson and even Phillip Island