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Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park

Location: Nagambie, High Country

Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:00

Looking for a haven close to Melbourne where you can just kick back and recharge the batteries?

Maybe a getaway for the entire family with an abundance of activities: jumping pillow, playgrounds, large pool, games room, something for everyone in, on or out of the water.

The region is renowned for its food and wine with iconic wineries such as Mitchelton, Tahbilk, Plunkett Fowles and David Traeger all within a stone's throw.

Explore the small villages linking the Goulburn River Valley region, stumble upon old pubs, beautiful art galleries and museums, antique shops and other rural treasures.

Savour the Ned Kelly Trail or the Rockery gemstone museum. Browse a country market - the Nagambie Community Market is held the first Saturday of the month overlooking the lake in town, while Violet Town and Avenel hold their markets the 2nd Saturday and Sunday morning of each month respectively.

Perhaps you are seeking the ideal venue to stage a conference in state of the art facilities where peaceful surrounds generate powerful ideas?

Whatever the pursuit, Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park has been designed to suit.

Only 80 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, the nearby township of Nagambie has a rustic charm with myriad opportunities to explore. It's also in the heart of Victoria's wine territory.

But the truth is, you won't even need to leave the Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park to have the time of your life.

With accommodation in first class amenities - luxury cabins on the riverbank, powered caravan sites or ensuite sites.

You can read a book or dangle a line under the shade of an old river red gum, have a game of tennis, row a boat, water ski, swim in the pool, eat in the fabulous Chinaman's Bridge Cafe or perhaps you just want to fire up the BBQ and have a drink or three as you look out on the Goulburn River and watch the sunset.

Where others promise Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park delivers.


Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park is about YOU. Time to relax, time to have fun, time for the family, time to get away from it all. It's you time!


  • BYO Linen
  • Playground
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Shop / Kiosk
  • Microwave
  • Cafe/ Coffee Shop
  • Television
  • Tennis Court
  • Movie Hire
  • Fridge
  • Family Rooms
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Kitchenette
  • Off Street Parking
  • Fully Equipped kitchen
  • Communal Facilities
  • Iron/ Ironing Board
  • Clothes Dryer
  • Shared Bathroom
  • Toaster
  • Carpark
  • Meals Available
  • Disabled Access
  • Non-Smoking Establishment
  • Toilet
  • Accessible for Wheelchairs
  • Fax Facilities
  • Tea/Coffee Facilities
  • Internet/WiFi
  • Jumping Pillow
  • Camp Kitchen
  • No Pets
  • Non-Smoking Indoors
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Clock Radio
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cooking Facilities
  • Office Services
  • DVD Player
  • Heating
  • Ground Floor
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Electric Blankets
  • Breakfast Available
  • Spa
  • Ensuite Bathroom


69 Loddings Lane Nagambie


From Melbourne, take the Hume Freeway until the Shepparton/Nagamgbie Lakes turn off (about 1 hour from City Link ).

Then take the Goulburn Valley Highway (signed to Shepparton & Nagambie Lakes). As you enter the township of Nagambie, turn left at the Heathcote Rd. The Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park is 2km along the Heathcote Rd/Vickers Lane. Follow the signs - and turn right at Loddings Lane to the Regatta Centre and Leisure Park.

Heading from Shepparton, pass the lake and just past the shopping precinct, turn right at the Heathcote Rd ( also known as Vickers Rd on some maps where the United Petrol station and a car wash are located on either corner. Head 2km along the Heathcote Rd, and turn right at Loddings Lane (well signed to Leisure Park).

If you cross over the Chinaman's Bridge, you've gone too far!

Cancellation Policy

No cancellation policy.


The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.