Kurth Kiln (managed by Parks Victoria) | Gembrook
Named for its kiln used during World War II to make charcoal for gas producer units fitted to motor cars, Kurth Kiln Regional Park is popular for picnicking, camping, nature walking and horse riding in pristine forest.
Beenak Road, Gembrook
About Kurth Kiln
The Kurth Kiln Regional Park has a number of walks including is a 2km loop walk following the Tomahawk Creek up and down stream. Enjoy the mountain ash forest, creek views and keep your eyes peeled for wombats, swamp wallabies, echidna and native wildflowers.
- Walking trails in the park link south to Gilwell Park (Scout park and bushland reserve) which includes walking trails, camping and toilet facilities.
- The park is approx 12km north of Gembrook township