Please note: The Redwood Forest is currently closed to all vehicle and pedestrian access via Cement Creek Road due to improvement works to upgrade the Cement Creek Road Bridge. It is anticipated it will stay closed well into 2023 when Yarra Ranges Council complete the bridge works. Visitors can access Redwood Forest by bike or on foot via the O’Shannassy Aqueduct Trail - a 16 kilometre round trip.
Please check the Parks Victoria website for further updates.
Take a refreshing walk through the majestic Californian Redwood Forest, just 15 minutes from Warburton and a 90-minute drive from Melbourne's CBD. Do some forest bathing in the company of almost 1500 enormous red-barked trees, some of which stand up to 55 metres high, towering into the sky. Head through the forest and down to the river to find the forest's walking trails.
From Warburton, follow Warburton Highway/Woods Point Road for about seven kilometres to find Cement Creek Road on your left. Less than one kilometre along this unsealed road leads to a small car park and entrance.
Weather and travel conditions can change quickly, so it's important to always check the local conditions on the Parks Victoria website before you visit.