How to find the beautiful KFAC

Modern facilities surrounded by 800 hectares of beautiful mountain bushland

Kinglake Forest Adventures Camp is blessed with exceptional natural surroundings and modern buildings where great food and a warm hosting culture allow us to deliver our unique programs. 

The site has been in operation for 70 years. Sadly the entire camp was completely destroyed by the Black Saturday fires in 2009, but rebuilt by the French family by 2011. It now comprises an architecturally designed 120-bed group accommodation facility and multiple adventure activities from treetop challenges to mountain biking and lots more.

How to get here

Kinglake Forest Adventures Camp is located at:
1419 Whittlesea-Yea Road, Kinglake West, Victoria, 3757 

03 5786 5230

[email protected]

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⚠️ PLEASE NOTE: Our driveway is suitable for all vehicles but it’s narrow and there are blind corners – please drive carefully.

From Melbourne

Make your way to Whittlesea and continue north through the town, staying on the main road. As you travel towards Yea, you’ll climb the Great Dividing Range. At the top of the range, you’ll find the Kinglake WEST rest area and toilets on your left. Continue past this for approximately 2km and you’ll see the KFAC sign on your left.
Note: You DO NOT need to travel to the main Kinglake township

From the North

On the Yea-Whittlesea Road, you’ll find the KFAC sign on your right about 10km after climbing up the range from Flowerdale and 2km BEFORE the top of the range and the intersection and rest area mentioned above.
Note: You should NOT turn right into the camp from the North. You should continue past the entrance for 2km and U-Turn at the Kinglake West rest area and approach the camp from the South.

From the East 

You WILL come through the main Kinglake township. You should continue travelling to the West, passing through Kinglake Central, Pheasant Creek and Kinglake West until you come to a T intersection. You should turn right (the Kinglake West rest area and toilets are here). Continue North for approximately 2km and you’ll see the KFAC sign on your left.

From the West  

Routes go via Whittlesea or the Yea-Whittlesea Road.

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