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Or, if you're not in such a hurry, you could drive down the picturesque old timber road from Yarra Junction through Powelltown and Noojee, turning right at the foot of Mount Baw Baw and heading southeast through Hill End and Willow Grove, until you turn left and north onto the Walhalla Road at Tanjil South.
If you're a bit more adventurous, you could come over the top of Mount Baw Baw and down the new 28 km timber track known as the South Face Road.
These days the road is sealed all the way, and two lanes wide, but it's still quite twisting, so if you find yourself being trailed by someone who seems to know the way, or who is in more of a hurry than you want to be, consider paying him or her the courtesy of pulling over, in one of the spaces provided, to let them pass.
However, if you're reckless enough (or unlucky enough) to lose control of your vehicle on the road today, it will probably come as cold comfort to know that you will almost certainly be stopped by a tree very soon afterwards, where you will no doubt have cause to marvel at the amazing regenerative capabilities of mother nature when left to her own devices.
From Pakenham, the road is a (well-policed) multi-lane 110km/h freeway all the way to Moe.
Follow the signs to the north from the race-course.
The simplest approach from the west is through the dairy and farming towns along the Princes Freeway, through the La Trobe Valley.
Visit Mount Erica, over 1500 meters above sea level on the Baw Baw plateau, or the massive Thomson Dam, Moondarra Reservoir or Moe's Blue Rock Dam on the Tanjil River.
And if Walhalla whets your appetite, you might also like to visit the Old Gippstown Pioneer Township at Moe, which opens up the whole of the Latrobe Valley and Strzelecki Ranges National Park area for your discovery.
Elsewhere in the region, and depending on the season, you can camp, swim, fish, fossick for gold or simply go walking.
In winter, go skiing on nearby Mount Saint Gwinear.