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Looking for something to do during the school holidays?

Come and visit Kinglake and the surrounding areas. The Rotary Kinglake market is on Sunday 24th September. This is a great market packed full of amazing stall holders with farm produce artisan crafts, food stalls and plenty of entertainment for the kids with rides and other activities. The market is at the Kinglake community centre 9 Extons road Kinglake from 9am until 2pm Sunday 24th

Aside from the market this Sunday Kinglake is a great destination to visit during the September school holidays. With a range of activities suitable for families, there is something for everyone. Here are the top 10 things to do in Kinglake this September school holidays:

  1. Mason Falls Picnic Ground : Take a picnic and enjoy the beautiful scenery at Mason Falls Picnic Ground. There are also walking trails to explore.

  2. Mt Sugarloaf : Close to the Mason Falls is Mt Sugarloaf so take at the deviation and drive to the top of Mt Sugarloaf and enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding area.

  3. Kinglake National Park : Explore the beautiful Kinglake National Park. There are walking trails, picnic areas, and lookout points to enjoy.

  4. Bollygum Park : This park is a great place for kids to play and explore. There are playgrounds, walking trails, and picnic areas.

  5. Wombelano Falls : Take a walk to Wombelano Falls and enjoy the beautiful scenery. There are also picnic areas and walking trails to explore.

  6. Kinglake Forest Adventures : This adventure park provides a day full of adventure for all ages. Climb the treetops, swing along the zipline, or head out for a mountain bike ride.

  7. Bowden Spur Mountain Bike Area : If you enjoy mountain biking, head to Bowden Spur Mountain Bike Area. There are trails suitable for all levels of experience.

  8. Seed to Stem Flower Farm : Take a tour of the flower farm and learn about the different flowers grown there. You can also pick your own flowers to take home.

  9. Kinglake Hotel : Enjoy a delicious meal at the Kinglake Hotel. The menu features a range of dishes to suit all tastes with both indoor and our door seating areas.

  10. Pick some berries : A fun and healthy pastime, visit one of the many berries farms and pick your own, remember to not eat them all before you get back to the car!

In addition to these activities, there are also many other things to do in the Yarra Valley region, such as visiting wineries and wildlife parks. Whether you want to relax and enjoy the scenery or get active and explore the outdoors, Kinglake and the surrounding areas have it all.

Don't forget to check out the numerous farm stalls around Kinglake and pick up some great fresh produce at farm gate prices while your out exploring. Three of the best farm stalls include;

1. Apteds Orchards for apples and pears. 1100 -1106 Whittlesea - Kinglake Road, Kinglake West

2. Organically Grown for lemons & oranges. 931 - 993 Whittlesea - Kinglake Road, Pheasant Creek.

3. Seed to Stem organic flower farm, for fresh flowers at wholesale prices. The stall is set back off the main road but look out for the signs, 2851 Healesville - Kinglake Road, Kinglake.

Safe travels and hopefully we will see you soon.

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