Pets only allowed on sites seasonally
In and around Nagambie Lakes Holiday & Caravan Park
With so much water around, you’d be right to assume that the fish here are a-biting. Well-known as a reliable spot for Golden Perch, Trout and Redfin, keener anglers come here in search of the elusive Murray Cod. Once playing host to the richest fishing competition Australia has ever seen, Go Nagambie 2019 put the region back on the map as a top spot to cast off, so you should expect some company. Bear in mind as well that a local fishing license is required, but these are always available from the park office.
Few venues encapsulate the spirit of Nagambie like this little beauty. Situated in the heart of the town and offering spectacular views of the lake, its menu of handmade brews, small-batch gins and heart-warming gastro-fare is as laid back and unpretentious as the people who make it. Multiple split-level decks provide the perfect vantage from which to while away the day, as well as a timely reminder of why you left the city. Highly recommended.
Take a cruise aboard this state-of-the-art charter vessel and discover one of Victoria’s most scenic inland waterways. Linking two of the region’s most iconic wineries, as well as the township of Nagambie, the Goulburn Explorer is a 12-meter cruiser boasting two spectacular viewing decks and capacity for 49. With a fully equipped bar, VIP catering available and air-conditioning throughout, the Goulburn Explorer is an ideal way to experience sunset on the river and entertain corporate or private guests.
A visit to Nagambie Lakes wouldn’t be the same without an afternoon spent at any of the area’s world-class wineries. From five generations of family producers at Tahbilk, to the internationally renowned rieslings of Mitchelton Wines, the very best of the Australian grape-growing industry is just a stones-throw away. Easily rivalling its more famous counterparts, including the Yara Valley, the Nagambie Lakes Wine Region has always been synonymous with exceptional food and wine experiences. When in Rome…