Friends of Mt Worth State Park

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Friends of Mt Worth State Park is an incorporated group dedicated to maintaining the environment of the Park and enhancing its accessibility to the community.
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Giant Gippsland Earthworm – learn more

The Giant Gippsland Earthworm is only found in moist sites in Gippsland, nowhere else is the world! The Mt Worth Satet Park is the only public land in Victoria where the GGE is found.

You could learn more by listening to this “Look at Me” podcastGGE

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Warragul Toyolta, still moving with us…

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Athletics Victoria, supporting recreational running.

Thanks for another year of support!

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Bendigo Community Bank Drouin Joins the Run

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What last year’s Mt Worth trail runners said…

“It was really enjoyable and the volunteers were were amazing!”

A challenging but enjoyable experience through a patch of remnant Wet Forest”

I loved it, and you will if you love nature, fresh crisp air, exercise and nice people.”

Great course. Friendly vollies and crew. Well marked course”

A super challenging but really well organised trail run in a magnificent forest park.”

Boutique event, local community group working for the good of the park and introducing others to the park and the area. A safe well organised event”

The most organised and prepared trail run I’ve ever done.”

As a must do event. Although as mentioned by someone that it would be a good entry level for trail running, I would disagree. The steepness of the hills wasn’t entry level.”

A small local, friendly event on some beautiful trails.”

Get discount and early registration – join the Trail Run Club here

The Trail Run is Back!

Hooray, the Mount Worth Trail Run is back! May 19. Save the date to join us for the fun!

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Citizen Science Workshop

Learn how a species monitoring program is set up .

Using Platypus and Rakali this free workshop will take you through the process of setting up an observational program to find and assess a rare species.

When: Sunday 9th September 12.30 pm – 6 pm

Where: Tetoora Road Community Centre and later at Tarwin River Reserve

Presenters: Dr Melody Serena and Geoff Williams,

Australian Platypus Conservancy

Lunch: Pizza lunch available from 12.30 pm. Workshop starts at 1.15pm

How to register: Contact Merrin Butler, Mt Worth & District Landcare at:

Email: merrin_butler@hotmail.com