Lake Bullen Merri – South Beach

Lake Bullen Merri – South Beach

Find your own space on this crystal clear volcanic lake on the southern outskirts of Camperdown.

Lake Bullen Merri’s clover like shape is a legacy of its volcanic past; the lake was formed from the remains of three adjoining craters. Dark volcanic sands frame the beautiful waterway providing a wonderful venue for picnicking, walking, boating, fishing, water skiing and swimming. Visit on the weekends for a hive of local activity or take some time out midweek to listen to the lapping of waves on her ancient shores.

Access Information

  • Accessible parking at South Beach
  • Fully Accessible toilets located at South Beach Reserve
  • Accessible fishing platform for those wanting to cast a line
  • Dogs on leashes are permitted at South Beach at Lake Bullen Merri. To comply with local by-laws and ensure safety for visitors and residents, dogs must be on leads at all times and owners need to be carrying bags to clean up after them.

Fishing

  • Location: Your pick of black volcanic sandy banks, jetty or boat fishing
  • Species: rainbow and brown trout, chinook and Atlantic salmon, Australian bass
  • Access: Good access for water craft, bank and jetty fishing

Accommodation Nearby

Things To Do Nearby

Element Bazaar

Camperdown

Vintage Gnotuk

Camperdown

Sunnyside Shop

Camperdown

The Courthouse Camperdown

Camperdown

Places To Eat & Drink

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