Also known as the National Park Hotel, and located at 28 Whittlesea-Kinglake Road, Kinglake.
Situated in the heart of Kinglake the 100 year old, historic Kinglake Pub is one of the great “Country Pubs” in the region. Established in 1907 when Harry Thomson received a licence to operate a “wayside inn”.
Started as a little hotel was located in a new wing built onto the “Aurelia Villa” guesthouse. Was known as the Kinglake Pub to the locals until the 1960’s when the owners at the time changed its name to The National Park Hotel.
The Pub’s food is of excellent quality and value for money with hearty country style meals. The Pub also offers coffee and cakes all day every day and delicious cooked breakfasts on the weekend.
During summer, pleasant hours can be spent in either of the 2 outdoor beer gardens set amongst old ferns and shady tress. In winter the coonara in the Public Bar and hearty open fire in the Bistro Lounge have fires burning all day.
Hotel Operating Hours:
11.00 am until late 7 days a week.