How big is lake Nagambie

This is a question we get a lot! To find out the size of Lake Nagambie, we decided to measure it and found it’s 103km long. That’s 103 kilometers or 64 miles long! Pretty big right? But don’t worry, there’s also other nearby lakes and rivers like Lake Hume that you can explore while you’re in the area.


There are signs that point the way to lakes around the area. The Karoonda Lake Visitor Centre (123 Bilma Road, Nangiloc), which is also a great place to get information about the area, also has a topographical map of Lake Nagambie and surrounding areas so you don’t need to worry about getting lost.


Lake Nagambie is a good place to explore because it’s the type of lake you can get close to, swim in and enjoy. It’s also a relatively safe place to visit. There is a lot of natural beauty and not much traffic around the area, which makes it an ideal spot to visit with kids or people who aren’t afraid of water or getting their feet wet!


What to see in Nagambie lake


The Lake Nagambie Visitors Centre is the place to go to get information about things to do in Nagambie. They have a wealth of resources that will help you make the most of your time around the lake. The Centre is open from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm seven days a week, but if you’re traveling through on a Monday or Tuesday, be sure to check with staff at the front desk as they may close early from 12-2 pm for lunch.


The Centre is a great place to start if you’re visiting the area and want to know some of the histories of the region. They have information on everything from Aboriginal sites and culture to local flora and fauna. Inside, they also have a great collection of beautiful artworks that depict the region in all seasons, which are worth seeing if you’re a traveler who appreciates local arts. They also have an entertaining collection of historical items including old men’s magazines!


If you want to know about the history behind Lake Nagambie, check out their Lake Newsletters or Lake Flies (which are booklets with fun facts about the lake).