Lake Nagambie Walk

Trail Checklist


  • Lake Nagambie Foreshore Walk20191105_pho_LakeNagambie01

Responsible Authorities:

  • Strathbogie Shire Council
  • Goulburn Murray Water
  • Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority

Acceptable modes of transit:

  • Walk

Distance & duration

  • 3km return via High St or Lakeside Drive

GPS coordinates & map

36°47’07.8″S 145°09’11.0″E

-36.785508, 145.153068

20191112_pho_LakeNagambieMapGrading (using the Parks Vic Track and Trail Grading Manual):

Grade 2


  • Public toilets
  • Car parking
  • Potable water
  • Fishing
  • Swimming
  • Playgrounds
  • Ornamental gardens
  • Platypus sightings possible under footbridge
  • Picnic areas
  • Seating, tables and automatic bbqs
  • Shelters
  • Boat ramp
  • Water sports
  • Boardwalk
  • Side exercise trail to Blayney Lane


Snakes, slippery surfaces, embankments, falling trees and limbs, deep water


  • No camping
  • Restricted alcohol consumption times

Trailhead sign

  • No

Informational Signs

  • Yes

Directional signs / bollards or trail markers

  • No


This pleasant walk is in current use and offers many amenities to visitors. A feature map brochure, separate to the Nagambie Tourist Map and including the Regatta Centre Walk, would encourage more people to extend their visit beyond just looking over the Lake from High Street.

2 thoughts on “Lake Nagambie Walk

    • They are partial extracts from two forms of report. As a volunteer, I check-list tracks and trails regarding whether they are suitable for promotion, accept invitations to investigate, initiate explorations and draw conclusions regarding suitability for various forms of recreational use. As an employee, I make specific recommendations for improvement. Some readers might be interested in visiting these places. I don’t see any need to wait for Council to share them. I plan to put them all up over time to get people to value and want to care for them. I am now working on various Strathbogie Shire tours as well. There will be self-drive tours, cycling tours, historic pub tours, birding tours and more. I am getting to meet some very interesting people, visit some beautiful places and yesterday I had tours of two remarkable buildings, one a modern architectural pleasure (Fowles Winery) and the other an historic renovated masterpiece (Harvest Home Avenel) and their gardens. Both highly recommended. The whole experience is a bit surreal, but I am keen to keep going with the flow.


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