Belgrave Lake Park
Belgrave Lake Park surrounds a disused reservoir and pipeline which, from 1893-1924 supplied water to the town of Dandenong, and after that to the farmers of Lysterfield. Back then, the park was also a popular tourist destination where there was picnicking, swimming and camping.
The original kiosk, a stone and log cabin, which served both the campsite and the reserve still remains. Belgrave Lake Park is equipped with large amounts if open green space.
Click here(PDF, 6MB) to see the Belgrave Master Plan.
Belgrave Lake now has a beautiful and new playspace for all to enjoy! Consisting largely of wooden features, it has some fantastic elements new to the Yarra Ranges including:
- The ‘smooth glider’
- Smooth Glider, accessible to all
- Dry creek bed equipped with a water pump
- Large viking swing
- Basket swing
- Ropes course
- Combination unit
- Picnic tables under a central shelter
- Fitness equipment
- Basketball half court
- Walking tracks
- Dog off lead area
- Smaller nature play area
35 Park Drive, Belgrave 3160 View Map