Head through the Yarra Valley and into the Great Dividing Range and you will find yourself in the Kinglake Ranges.
Just 50km north of Melbourne, the Kinglake Ranges are home to the townships of Kinglake, Glenburn, Kinglake West, Toolangi and Pheasant Creek and sweeping skyline views.
Discover | Kinglake Ranges
Visit the stunning Kinglake National Park and explore the great walking and mountain bike tracks. Relax in the beautiful surrounds of Jehoshaphat Gully and Mason’s Falls. Enjoy a leisurely walk through Laver’s Circuit or to the Mason’s Falls Lookout.
Tackle the Wombelano Falls walking circuit and be amazed at the beauty and tranquillity that surrounds you.
Visit Murrindindi Scenic Reserve and witness the spectacular Wilhelmina Falls. Take the time to explore the beautiful Toolangi State Forest with its towering mountains ashes.
Call into a farm gate, the monthly market or a local eatery to sample some local produce. There are the museums, galleries, bakeries, studios, cafes, specialist nurseries and tearooms dotted across the Ranges.
Watch the Kinglake Ranges come alive each October at the Foggy Mountain Bluegrass Festival, featuring some of the best bluegrass musicians in the country.