LAKE NAGAMBIE

LAKE NAGAMBIE

Enjoy the beautiful Lake Nagambie, a popular spot for fishing, sailing, canoeing, water skiing and swimming for locals and visitors alike.

Take a walk up to Jacobsons Lookout to see the mighty mare Black Caviar. Enjoy the expansive views out across the water or a picnic on the grassy banks. Stroll the Boardwalk along the water’s edge, through Buckley Park and onto Elloura Beach. Explore the beautiful, old timber Kirwan’s Bridge and the ‘strutted stringer’ style drawbridge of Chinaman’s Bridge.

Time your visit to coincide with one of the numerous rowing and kayaking championships held throughout the year and see the Lake come alive with energy and enthusiasm. Home to the Nagambie Regatta Centre, it is more than just the State’s premier rowing facility regularly playing host to various events and festivals.

Visit nearby renowned Tahbilk and Mitchelton and taste renowned wines that benefit from the cooler climate of the inland waterways. Take in the historic cellar door of Tahbilk or explore the Estate’s dedicated Wetlands Reserve. Marvel at the spectacular views from the height of the iconic Tower or the banks of the Goulburn River at Mitchelton. Take a trip on the Goulburn Explorer or simply stroll the township of Nagambie and enjoy the local hospitality on offer.

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Nagambie Lakes & Strathbogie Ranges Visitor Information Centre

Type:
Information Services

Address:

3/317 High Street, 3608 Victoria