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What a great spot. Plenty of shade under the trees, BBQ's, table and chairs, toilets, kiosk, water slide, . For a fee the kids can play in the water on inflatable equipment under supervision of staff or for free swim in the river. As a...More
As you walk along the lake there are alot of expensive homes with private jettys.
You feel like a peasant walking along... dont go to close to the water or near someone's private jetty. Well that's the feeling anyhow. There is some public areas. I'm...More
Lake Mulwala still has the heads of drowned River Red Gums and other forest species
High enough above water for Sulphur Crested Cockatoos and other birdlife to nest without fear of the numerous predators that otherwise would be hunting them. Beneath the waters are a...More
Having read some of the previously submitted reviews, we luckily saw the lake with some water in it. Even with water, you still see the dead trees which make it both a little special and a bit of a hazard to the unwary if you...More
When my daughter said shall drive you to Lake Mulwala had no idea what I was going to see and wow amazing it looked like the end of the world as the water was so low you could see all the tree stumps.............well worth the...More
water is normally cold. best to swim during hot summer months. there is a swim area on the side of mulwala, and also at the far end of the yarrawonga. water again is not very clear or blue. it's up to you to discern. enjoy.