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.

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
  • BBQ's
  • Smaller nature play area


35 Park Drive, Belgrave 3160  View Map

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