Jubilee Lake For a Holiday, Nature and Adventure
Jubilee Lake is only a a few minutes drive from the centre of Daylesford and is a delight to visit as it such a natural haven for the local wildlife especially the water birds that will be quite often swimming in the lake or near the waters edge.
The ‘holiday park’ and surrounding area has everything for a camping holiday with cabins or a campground.
All campers and day visitors can enjoy the large picnic area, nature walking trails, a mineral spring nearby and of course paddle a canoe or a have fun in a paddleboat.
There is also a kiosk, large playground, toilet facilities, barbecues and it is pet friendly.
Visitors can also watch the local wildlife, go fishing from the bank or in a canoe, there are also plenty of grassed areas for visitors to relax on or play games and it is wonderful location for photographers.
The lake is a beautiful natural setting that can be experienced from the bank or by paddleboat or canoe, which are both available for hire.
Map of Jubilee Lake
The main fish that are caught are Rainbow trout, redfin and tench. Prior to the June and September school holidays the lake is stocked with catchable sized rainbow trout to encourage families to go fishing in the holidays.
Looking along the bank of the lake towards the kiosk.
The kiosk where you can buy refreshments, hire the canoes and paddleboats, purchase a fishing licence and get helpful advice about the lake and it’s surrounds.
The Purple Swamp Hen is one of the many local residents enjoying the water.
The large playground and the oval will keep children happy and a great place to kick the footy, play a family friendly game of cricket or fly a kite.
While you are in the Daylesford area there are many other family fun things to do and free attractions to explore.
The cabins and campgrounds are only a very short walk from the lake and they in a picturesque setting surrounded by the forest.
Camping at the park is a very relaxing as you are several kilometres from the town centre. But if you need any supplies or would like to see other attractions it is only a short drive to these facilities, the shops or these things to do.
Plan of the Campground at the Holiday Park
This is a very cute black duck has very interesting colours and markings
A very pretty Lily Pad flower, just one of the many plants to admire.
All the water birds enjoy cruising the lake
The walking track takes you on a scenic tour around the lake, take your time and enjoy the view.
Jubilee Lake is one of many beautiful and exciting free attractions in Daylesford and Hepburn Springs. There is also…
- Hepburn Mineral Springs Reserve – the home of the Bathhouse and Pavilion
- Lake Daylesford – stunning lake with great views and a walking track
- Central Springs Reserve – historic site with mineral springs and walking trails
- Hepburn Pool – old pool built about 1930 for swimming championships
- Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens – beautiful and historic gardens and trees
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