Viewing Points

Excellent viewing exists on the entire 31 km course, however key spectator points will be –

  • Kinglake Township
  • King of the Mountain – Kinglake – Glenburn Rd (near Old Glenburn Rd)

Full details of the course route and estimated times at each viewing point will be available shortly.


Driving to Kinglake from Melbourne:      65 km /  1 hour 15 min

Public Transport

For public transport options please refer to and

Road Closures

The Jayco Herald Sun Tour aims to minimise the impact on local communities.  However, some road closures will apply.

Closed Roads

Whittlesea – Kinglake Rd (between Kinglake – Glenburn Rd and Healesville – Kinglake Rd)
– Time: 4:00AM to 6:30PM
– No vehicle access is permitted

Kinglake – Glenburn Rd (between Whittlesea – Kinglake Rd and Elm Grove)
– Time: 9:00AM to 4:30PM
– Local access permitted

Local Access Only

Residents are permitted access at all times via use of a Resident Access Pass
Whittlesea – Kinglake Rd (between Kinglake – Glenburn Rd and Deviation Rd)
– Time: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Kinglake – Glenburn Rd (between McMahons Rd / Orchard Rd and Captains Creek Rd)
– Time: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Rolling Road Closure:

Victoria Police will facilitate a rolling road closure along the course. A delay of 10 – 15 minutes may be experienced between 9:30AM and 3:30PM on Healesville – Kinglake Rd, Melba Hwy & Kinglake – Glenburn Rd

Download the kinglake-road-closure-information



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