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Tried walk around the lake.
Poorly signposted track, confusing inn places. The path begins well, but there is no warning that it becomes rough, sloping, slippery when wet and difficult to traverse by anyone with any slight mobility issues.
St George's Lake is a man-made waterway, constructed by rerouting and damming Creswick Creek in the 19th century. It was used as a permanent water source for gold sluicing. An ugly little dam for many years, it served as a dumping ground for rubbish, cars...More
We had a picnic here over the long weekend. There were quite a few people there but not overly so. We took our 2 dogs who stayed on lead but there were others off lead. No issues though and we thoroughly enjoyed our time there....More
Whether you are looking for a picnic spot, a walk or a drive, St George's Lake is an attractive spot. You can walk around it, you can drive around it or like me you can just do a spot of birdwatching. The only negative is...More
Beautiful clean well kept park area just outside Creswick..there are some well maintained bbqs and benches surrounding the lake and lots of children playing in the water whilst we walked around the lake loop..
St Georges Lake is steeped in the gold mining history of the town. Originally created to provide water for the sluicing operations of gold miners in the 1800's, the lake and reserve now provides a great place to walk, explore and swim. Good access for...More
St George’s Lake, just outside of Creswick is a popular Summer swimming hole and an equally popular all year round walking opportunity. Although popular as a place to visit there are rarely more than ten others, if that except for on a really hot day...More