Written By Olivia S at UPPS
Blog
http://oliviassuperblog.global2
.vic.edu.au
Kinglake National Park was created in 1928.
It was named after English author and
lawyer Alexander William Kinglake.
Kingl...
50 km North of Melbourne.
Kinglake National Park lies on the slopes of the
Great Dividing Range. It has wonderful views of...
Kinglake National Park is a good place to go
camping, enjoy a bushwalk, have a picnic, go
horse riding, cycling and do nat...
Plants that can be found at Kinglake National
Park…
Mountain Ash Trees ( all year round)
Wild Flowers (summer)
Fungi (wint...
Animals that can be found in Kinglake
National Park…
Wallabies
Kangaroos
Wombats
Possums
Echidnas
Sulphur Crested
Cockatoo...
‘Sorry’ we can’t find the weather but I can tell you
some things because I live close by
In Summer it can get very hot. It...
I would pack shorts, T-shirts, pants because it
can be hot and then turn cold. I like living in
Victoria because, I like m...
 In the summer it gets very hot and there can
be a high risk of a bush fire like the Black
Saturday fires in 2009
 In wi...
Kinglake National Park
Kinglake National Park
Kinglake National Park
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Kinglake National Park

  1. 1. Written By Olivia S at UPPS Blog http://oliviassuperblog.global2 .vic.edu.au
  2. 2. Kinglake National Park was created in 1928. It was named after English author and lawyer Alexander William Kinglake. Kinglake National Park was originally owned by traditional Aboriginal people. The park is positioned within the traditional land of the Wurundjeri people to the South and Taungurung People to the North.
  3. 3. 50 km North of Melbourne. Kinglake National Park lies on the slopes of the Great Dividing Range. It has wonderful views of the Melbourne City skyline, Port Phillip Bay, the Yarra Valley and the You Yangs. In the Park there is still evidence of shafts and diggings left from the 1920s gold mining days!
  4. 4. Kinglake National Park is a good place to go camping, enjoy a bushwalk, have a picnic, go horse riding, cycling and do nature studies. People can also visit Masons Falls.
  5. 5. Plants that can be found at Kinglake National Park… Mountain Ash Trees ( all year round) Wild Flowers (summer) Fungi (winter) Mosses (winter) Lichens (winter)
  6. 6. Animals that can be found in Kinglake National Park… Wallabies Kangaroos Wombats Possums Echidnas Sulphur Crested Cockatoos King Parrots Rosellas Lyrebirds
  7. 7. ‘Sorry’ we can’t find the weather but I can tell you some things because I live close by In Summer it can get very hot. It was very hot in 2009 and there was the Black Saturday fires!! Have you heard of the Black Saturday Bushfires in Victoria? In Autumn leaves fall off the trees and it can sometimes rain and can sometimes be hot, but not really hot. In Winter it will rain, but like I said the max would probably be 20 degrees, no higher. In Spring it can get hot but then change quickly!!
  8. 8. I would pack shorts, T-shirts, pants because it can be hot and then turn cold. I like living in Victoria because, I like my school, I like my house and I like the area I live in.
  9. 9.  In the summer it gets very hot and there can be a high risk of a bush fire like the Black Saturday fires in 2009  In winter it gets very cold and sometimes it can snow  The best time of year to come would be in spring because it is not too cold and it is not too hot

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