The Californian redwoods are currently closed to the public. Check with Parks Victoria about reopening dates.
Californian redwoods are distinguished by their extreme height (they can reach up to 115 metres tall) and their somewhat horizontal branches. The bark is a bright red-brown colour, and as the name suggests, they are indigenous to coastal California and the southwestern corner of Oregon in the US. So, yes, arguably, the collection of Californian redwoods found in the Warburton Valley aren't exactly "natural wonders" as they were planted by man. But boy are they pretty! They're located just a few kilometres outside Warburton on Cement Creek Road. The redwood forest here was planted around the 1930s, with further plantings done in 1960. Hop out of the car and take a walk through the grid-like plantation – it includes more than 1,400 trees, up to 55 metres tall.