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wildlife haven

wildlife

Karma Kinglake is situated right on the edge of the Kinglake National Park. This unique location means you'll be staying amongst an amazing array of wildlife species, whilst being only 45 minutes from the outskirts of Melbourne.

Karma Kinglake has an abundance of wildlife in the garden and its surrounds.

You'll see regular appearances from little birds such as scarlet robins and fairy wrens, to larger birds like Rosellas, King Parrots, Sulphur-crested and Gang-gang Cockatoos, Currawongs and Magpies. Owls have come back, as have Tawny Frogmouths, and there are now several local pairs of Wedgetail Eagles that are often seen soaring above the township. Lyrebirds are frequently seen around town and they can be heard in glorious surround sound from the grounds at Karma Kinglake.

Healesville Sanctuary is a short trip away and can educate and entertain with up close encounters and interactive wildlife displays.