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Located a short distance from Melbourne, the park is mostly known for its kiln used during the Second World War to make charcoal for gas producer units fitted to motor cars. The park contains a range of forest types and is popular for picnicking, camping, walking and horse riding.
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. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria
Kurth Kiln is one of the closest bush camping opportunities to urban Melbourne and dog on leads are allowed. Scout…
Walking is the best way to get to know the park and there are several tracks with a variety of…
Cycling is a great way to explore the park. There are good opportunities for mountain bike riding on shared horse…
The park has many kilometres of track suitable for horse riding. The horse corral is located at Scout Loop Track.
- Information Shelter
- Gravel carpark
- Bunyip Public Land - Recreation Strategy (PDF 2.1 MB)
- Kurth Kiln Regional Park - Campground maps - Scout Camp Loop and Magazine Track (PDF 185.4 KB)
Kurth Kiln Regional Park
- Kurth Kiln Regional Park - Map (PDF 4.5 MB)
- Kurth Kiln Regional Park - Visitor Guide (PDF 2.8 MB)
- Kurth Kiln Regional Park - Visitor guide (accessible version) (MS Word Document 2.5 MB)