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Belgrave Lake Park, Belgrave, Victoria, Australia

Belgrave Lake Park

Belgrave Lake Park is a sizable reserve, located just south of Belgrave, that plays a significant role in maintaining the biodiversity of flora and fauna in the region.

Belgrave Lake Park is the critical link between Dandenong National Park and Lysterfield Lake Park, all of which are within close proximity of Belgrave. Visitors touring the park are often amazed by the seamless blend of two focal points: a recreational park that also serves as a conservation park.

Belgrave Lake Park BBQ, Playground & Fishing Map

The structure of the Park is centred around Monbulk Creek. The reason for this is that Monbulk Creek is vital for the survival of a number of species including the native platypus. Away from the water visitors will be able to spot sugar gliders, nocturnal marsupials known for their prowess in gliding through the air from one tree to another. Occasionally, a yellow-bellied glider can also be spotted.

There are a couple of walking tracks in Belgrave Lake Park where individuals can take leisure strolls after a hard day’s work. The onsite playground makes the park a family friendly destination, particularly during the weekends and school holidays. The grass-filled oval, against the backdrop of the woods, makes for a good location to relax and lay back with a good book.

BBQ facilities also draw visitors to the park during the afternoons, providing a perfect platform to socialise with family and friends. For foreign travellers, this is the perfect place to network with the locals and enjoy some good local food.

Address
46 Park Dr
Belgrave, VIC

Operating Hours
24 hours

Phone
1300 368 333

Email
[email protected]

Ticket Prices / Admission
Free

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