The Park is quite hilly and offers a really good workout . Enjoy the views and the park is home to a wide variety of animal and bird species, including a large population of Kangaroos & Wallabies .
The Churchill National Park is located 30km’s South-east of Melbourne and joins onto Lysterfield Lake Park. The park is 271 Hectares in size and offers a variety of fire trails to hike around.
The Park is famous for its 173 different species of birds, such as the Australian Wood Duck and the Pacific Black Duck. Most mammals are only active at night, so if you arrive early or leave late, you might be lucky enough to see one. The Park is also home to a large population of Wallabies & Kangaroos.
There are some very steep climbs through the park & a high level of fitness is recommended.
The entrance to the Park is off Churchill Park Drive and there is plenty of parking on site
The park has Picnic & toileting facilities
Lookout which offers 360 views of the Churchill National Park, & you can see all the way out to Stud Road
There is parking out the front of the park on Churchill Park Drive which offers easy access to the hiking trails
You'll find many of the trails around the park quite wide with a loose gravel surface
The park has an abundance of wildlife & quite a serene & tranquil place to visit
The park is full of hidden wonders