Kinglake is a national park in Victoria, Australia, 50 kilometres northeast of Melbourne. The park includes tracks (some with wheelchair access), and camping facilities. The national park includes Masons Falls, a picnic area with falls and natural flora. Layered sediment forms the valley, containing fossils from when the area was once covered by the sea. Natural fauna includes wallaby, kangaroo, wombat, possum and echidna. It also includes varieties of birds including cockatoos (Sulphur-crested, black and red-headed), king parrots, the rosella and the lyrebird.