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Lake
“Beautiful spot to go for a walk/run, see the swans and take in the stunning scenery.”
  • 255 locals recommend
Park
“Pack your picnic rug and collect some gourmet food from Acland Street before heading to the peaceful gardens for a relaxing day beneath the trees. ”
  • 121 locals recommend
Lake
“Actually a manmade lake created early last century when a mining ravine was flooded, the lake is divided by a bridge and sculptures and historical markers dot the perimeter, which can be walked around in about 40 minutes. There are scenic views, steps down to an old pump house and bandstand (sadly now collapsed) and springs from which you can hand pump various metallic-tasting mineral waters; plus rows of seating near change sheds. You can swim or hire paddleboats in the lake. There are restaurants -- the famed (perhaps overrated) Lakehouse with sumptuous accommodation and the Boathouse, which I can't recommend given its blunt signage (to the tune of "We do not serve 'just coffee'") is so terribly offputting. There was a secondhand bookshop too (also overpriced) but it recently was sold and oops, I haven't been down lately to see if it's been bought out!”
  • 33 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“Popular cafe and general store with great food and seating both indoors and outdoors.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Park
“Good sight seeing place, puffing billy stops there. Lake and great walking tracks ”
  • 16 locals recommend
Lake
“If you want to see mobs of Kangaroos and emus wandering in their natural habitat or take a walk around the edge of the impressively huge reservoir this is a must to visit. Free entry and free parking.”
  • 11 locals recommend
Park
“Queens Park is a significant park in Moonee Ponds in the City of Melbourne, Australia”
  • 9 locals recommend
Lake
“10km north-west of Jindabyne is where you can find the Gaden Trout Hatchery. Visitors can view and feed fish, and partake in a guided tour at 10am and 2pm daily. Adult admission is only $10 and kids $7 or a family pass is $28. ”
  • 3 locals recommend

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Lake
“Beautiful spot to go for a walk/run, see the swans and take in the stunning scenery.”
  • 255 locals recommend
Park
“Pack your picnic rug and collect some gourmet food from Acland Street before heading to the peaceful gardens for a relaxing day beneath the trees. ”
  • 121 locals recommend
Lake
“Actually a manmade lake created early last century when a mining ravine was flooded, the lake is divided by a bridge and sculptures and historical markers dot the perimeter, which can be walked around in about 40 minutes. There are scenic views, steps down to an old pump house and bandstand (sadly now collapsed) and springs from which you can hand pump various metallic-tasting mineral waters; plus rows of seating near change sheds. You can swim or hire paddleboats in the lake. There are restaurants -- the famed (perhaps overrated) Lakehouse with sumptuous accommodation and the Boathouse, which I can't recommend given its blunt signage (to the tune of "We do not serve 'just coffee'") is so terribly offputting. There was a secondhand bookshop too (also overpriced) but it recently was sold and oops, I haven't been down lately to see if it's been bought out!”
  • 33 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“Popular cafe and general store with great food and seating both indoors and outdoors.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Park
“Good sight seeing place, puffing billy stops there. Lake and great walking tracks ”
  • 16 locals recommend
Lake
“If you want to see mobs of Kangaroos and emus wandering in their natural habitat or take a walk around the edge of the impressively huge reservoir this is a must to visit. Free entry and free parking.”
  • 11 locals recommend
Park
“Queens Park is a significant park in Moonee Ponds in the City of Melbourne, Australia”
  • 9 locals recommend
Lake
“10km north-west of Jindabyne is where you can find the Gaden Trout Hatchery. Visitors can view and feed fish, and partake in a guided tour at 10am and 2pm daily. Adult admission is only $10 and kids $7 or a family pass is $28. ”
  • 3 locals recommend

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Lake
“Beautiful spot to go for a walk/run, see the swans and take in the stunning scenery.”
  • 255 locals recommend
Park
“Pack your picnic rug and collect some gourmet food from Acland Street before heading to the peaceful gardens for a relaxing day beneath the trees. ”
  • 121 locals recommend
Lake
“Actually a manmade lake created early last century when a mining ravine was flooded, the lake is divided by a bridge and sculptures and historical markers dot the perimeter, which can be walked around in about 40 minutes. There are scenic views, steps down to an old pump house and bandstand (sadly now collapsed) and springs from which you can hand pump various metallic-tasting mineral waters; plus rows of seating near change sheds. You can swim or hire paddleboats in the lake. There are restaurants -- the famed (perhaps overrated) Lakehouse with sumptuous accommodation and the Boathouse, which I can't recommend given its blunt signage (to the tune of "We do not serve 'just coffee'") is so terribly offputting. There was a secondhand bookshop too (also overpriced) but it recently was sold and oops, I haven't been down lately to see if it's been bought out!”
  • 33 locals recommend
Scenic Viewpoint
“Popular cafe and general store with great food and seating both indoors and outdoors.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Park
“Good sight seeing place, puffing billy stops there. Lake and great walking tracks ”
  • 16 locals recommend
Lake
“If you want to see mobs of Kangaroos and emus wandering in their natural habitat or take a walk around the edge of the impressively huge reservoir this is a must to visit. Free entry and free parking.”
  • 11 locals recommend
Park
“Queens Park is a significant park in Moonee Ponds in the City of Melbourne, Australia”
  • 9 locals recommend
Lake
“10km north-west of Jindabyne is where you can find the Gaden Trout Hatchery. Visitors can view and feed fish, and partake in a guided tour at 10am and 2pm daily. Adult admission is only $10 and kids $7 or a family pass is $28. ”
  • 3 locals recommend