Kinglake National Park is located about 50 kilometres north-east of Melbourne. Those planning to drive to the Kinglake National Park from Melbourne can take a direct route through Plenty Road.
This large parkland boasts an array walking tracks, picnic grounds, camping facilities, 4wd tracks and several scenic vantage lookouts.
Kinglake National Park Camping & Walking Tracks Map
The Kinglake National Park also boasts an abundance of flora and fauna and all throughout the year you will find a myriad of animals including birds, wallabies, kangaroos, possums, wombats and echidnas.
The national park is a habitat for a variety of birds such as sulphur-crested cockatoos, black and red-headed parrots, lyrebirds and rosellas. Bushwalking and hiking are some of the most popular activities enjoyed at the Kinglake National Park and there are a number of walking tracks available. Enjoy a scenic tour of the Kinglake National Park by embarking on a walking trail to explore the park’s most picturesque points and attractions.
Kinglake National Park also houses a well-maintained camping ground. Visitors looking to book caravan park accommodation should book well in advance as it is a popular accommodation choice for families and tourists. Facilities include toilets, BBQ areas and fireplaces within the caravan park.