301 Moved Permanently
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.
Book online before your stay.
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.
This pleasant open grassed picnic area is close to the township of Kinglake. Enjoy a picnic or take a walk…
Enjoy a picnic in the beautiful surroundings of the Masons Falls Picnic Area. Set among towering gums, large shelters, lots…
The Gums camping area is situated close to a meandering mountain stream and is nestled amongst tall eucalypts and ferns.…
In June 2012, a new downhill mountain bike trail opened at Bowden Spur in Kinglake National Park. This trail is…
Mt Sugarloaf is located at the end of Mt Sugarloaf Road and is accessible by car or via the Mt.…
- Picnic table/seat
- Gravel carpark
- Kinglake National Park - Campground map - The Gums (PDF 1.7 MB)
Kinglake National Park
- Kinglake National Park - Visitor guide (PDF 2.9 MB)
- Kinglake National Park - Visitor guide (accessible version) (MS Word Document 2.0 MB)
- Kinglake National Park Management Plan (PDF 1.9 MB)
- Kinglake National Park Master Plan 2011 (PDF 6.3 MB)