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
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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.
Advance bookings and payment are required year round.
- Bunyip State Park and Kurth Kiln Regional Park - Camping fact sheet (PDF 541.0 KB)
Important information on revised fee structures for camping in Victoria’s parks and reserves, effective from 1 July 2014.
- Scout Camp Loop and Magazine Track Campground (PDF 185.4 KB)
Kurth Kiln Regional Park