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Kinglake National Park

Kinglake MTB
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Spotted Pardalote on Andrews Hill track
from PHILIP SKEGGS
 
Masons Falls
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Strath Creek Falls
from Peter Ermel
 
Bowden Spur Track
from Parks Victoria
 
Swamp Wallaby on the Lyrebird Circuit
from Phil Skeggs
 
Wombelano Falls in spring
from Phil Skeggs
 
Running Creek above Masons Falls
from Phil Skeggs
 
Wattle
from Wayne
 
View
from Wayne
 
Juvenile - Crimson Rosella
from Wayne
 
Hairpin Banksia
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Sweet View
from Wayne
 
views from sugarloaf section
from Wayne
 
Viewing Platform
from Wayne
 
Picnic Area
from Wayne
 
Kinglake Conservation - Naturewise
from Parks Victoria
 
Kinglake Conservation - Naturewise
from Parks Victoria
 
Kinglake Conservation - Naturewise
from Parks Victoria
 
Lavers Circuit
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Through the trees
from JD1982
 
View of Melbourne
from JD1982
 
Masons Falls October 2013
from JD1982
 
Jehosaphat Gully Picnic Ground
from Parks Victoria
 
Lyrebird surprise
from Andrew Young
 
Masons Falls Picnic Area
from Parks Victoria
 
Lyrebird
from Parks Victoria
 
Park regeneration - Lyrebird Circuit (Dec 201
from Parks Victoria
 
Park regeneration - Lyrebird Circuit (May 201
from Parks Victoria
 
Park regeneration - Lyrebird Circuit (Feb 201
from Parks Victoria
 
Park regeneration - Lyrebird Circuit (Nov 200
from Parks Victoria
 
Park regeneration - Lyrebird Circuit (June 20
from Parks Victoria
 
Park regeneration - Jehosophat Creek (Dec 20
from Parks Victoria
 
Park regeneration - Jehosophat Creek (June 20
from Parks Victoria
 
Park regeneration - Jehosophat Creek (March 2
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Park regeneration - Jehosophat Creek (Sept 2
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Information board
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The Falls
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Park Statistics

  • Established:February 1928
  • Area:22430ha
Barbeque
Camp fires
Camping
Cycling
Horse riding
Medium walk / Day walk
Picnicking
Short walk
Sight-seeing

Only 65 km north of Melbourne, Kinglake National Park lies on the slopes of the Great Dividing Range, offering dramatic views of the Melbourne skyline, Port Phillip Bay, the Yarra Valley and across to the You Yangs.

This is a good spot, not far from Melbourne, to go camping, enjoy a bushwalk or have a picnic.

Campsite bookings

Book online before your stay.

Nature revival

Since the intense 2009 fires in Kinglake National Park, many plants adapted to fire are flourishing. In spring, keep an eye out for wildflowers in bloom, while winter is a good time to discover fungi, mosses and lichens.

Opening times - Sugarloaf Block

The Sugarloaf Block which includes Masons Falls is open daily.


Aboriginal Traditional Owners

Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters.

The area now known as Kinglake National Park is located within the Traditional land of the Wurundjeri people to the south and Taungurung people to the north.

Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria

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