Located 60 kilometres north of Melbourne, Kilmore has a population of 7000 residents, it is the oldest inland town in Victoria by the combination of age and physical occupation. The traditional owners of Kilmore and the Kilmore Plains are the Taungurong people, a part of the Kulin nation that inhabited a large portion of central Victoria including Port Phillip Bay and its surrounds. The Tommy McRae artwork held by the National Gallery of Australia depicts the “Kilmore Tribe Holding Corobboree”, and a child pioneer of Kilmore, James Hamilton, describes in detail just such a corroboree at Kilmore in 1845.
The park is one hour from Station Pier Port Melbourne making it a perfect stopover for those travelling to and from the Spirit of Tasmania. It is also close to public transport and it is only a 55 minute train ride to Southern Cross Station Melbourne. Explore and learn about the historic town of Kilmore and surrounding areas.
Address110 Northern Highway
Kilmore, Victoria, 3764
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