Cobden Lake is fed by Cobden Creek and has a paved walk and viewing platforms around it’s circumference. Visitors can enjoy reflections from and enjoy the shade of the many mature trees and picnic tables in the surrounding parkland.
If you are staying in town and you like to fish, you will be pleased to know that the lake is stocked with trout and that Cobden has a strong angling club that has been in formation since 1926.
Feel like a coffee and a stroll? Cobden Lake is just a short walk from the centre of town and with BBQ, picnic tables, playground and storyboards telling the unique “Cobden Story” is an ideal spot for a stop on your next visit.
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