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Kurth Kiln Picnic and Camping Ground


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Kurth Kiln is one of the closest bush camping opportunities to urban Melbourne and dog on leads are allowed.

Scout Loop Track has 30 numbered sites in a bush setting. There is a non-flush toilet and nearby horse yards with wooden rails for overnight and day use. Space in horse yards is on a first come basis.

Magazine Track has 6 numbered sites adjacent to Scout Loop Track. The non-flush toilet is shared with Heritage Fence Camping Area.

Heritage Fence Camping Area has 4 unnumbered sites in a treed area. Campers must carry all equipment in from the adjacent car park. The non-flush toilet is shared with Magazine Track Camping Area.

Please bring your own firewood for campfires where possible. Alternatively, campers can collect fallen wood (if available) from around the campsite area for use in the fireplaces.

It is prohibited to cut wood from live trees to use as firewood or to take wood collected in the park with you when you leave.

Fees no longer apply to these campgrounds. No bookings are taken for campgrounds where fees do not apply.  Camping is first in, first-served.

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