Start your journey at the Mt Terrick Terrick Picnic Area. Head north from Mitiamo for about 5 minutes. At the entrance to the park, take a right-hand turn and head to the picnic area, at the base of Mt Terrick Terrick.
There are good views at the top of the mountain, although the climb is steep and involves clambering over granite rocks.
Walkers can also explore the woodlands around Mt Terrick Terrick by following the tracks. About 3km further into the park is Bennett’s Rock. The area around these two lookouts is Victoria's most significant stand of White Cypress Pines and is great habitat for woodland birds. If exploring on foot isn’t your thing the tracks are ideal from a slow drive. Pull over occasionally to enjoy the landscape, including some beautiful native wildflowers in springtime.
At the very north-eastern end of Terrick Terrick National Park you’ll find the ruins of Davies Homestead. Use this spot as a jumping-off point to explore the best of the region’s grasslands. It’s a birdwatcher’s paradise, especially in spring (although there’s good birding any time except mid-summer).