Looking for a haven close to Melbourne where you can just kick back and recharge the batteries? Maybe a getaway for the entire family with an abundance of activities: jumping pillow, playgrounds, large pool, games room, something for everyone in, on or out of the water.

We’ve got it all

Only 80 minutes from the Melbourne CBD, the nearby township of Nagambie has a rustic charm with myriad opportunities to explore. It’s also in the heart of Victoria’s wine territory.

But you won’t even need to leave the Leisure Park to have the time of your life. With luxury cabins on the riverbank, powered caravan sites or ensuite sites – you can read a book or dangle a line under the shade of an old river red gum, have a game of tennis, row a boat, water ski, swim in the pool, eat in the fabulous Chinaman’s Bridge Café … or perhaps you just want to fire up the BBQ and have a drink or three as you look out on the Goulburn River and watch the sunset.
Where others promise … Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park delivers


Our mission is your enjoyment!

Riverside Cabin (5)

2 bedrooms, sleeps up to 5

from $159/night

Riverside Cabin (6)

2 bedrooms, sleeps up to 6

from $149/night

Riverside Spa Cabin

2 person spa bath, sleeps 2

from $149/night

Lakeside Family Cabin

3 bedrooms, sleeps up to 8

from $214/night

Superior Riverside Family Cabin

3 bedrooms, sleeps up to 8

from $179/night

Lodge Bunkhouse

2 bedrooms, 6 bunks each

from $149.00/night

Ensuite Powered Site

sleeps up to 6

from $50/night

Waterview Powered Site

sleeps up to 6

from $45/night

Powered Site

sleeps up to 6

from $40/night



The thing that strikes you most about the Nagambie Lakes region is its accessibility to Melbourne – just 80 minutes from go to whoa. Hardly time for a single “Are we there yet?”

Travelling north along the Hume Hwy and take the Shepparton turnoff along the Goulburn Valley Hwy. The first town is Nagambie the heart of the Nagambie lakes region, extending along the Hume Freeway from Avenel to Longwood and following the Goulburn Valley Highway to Nagambie and the historic Goulburn Weir.
The Nagambie region also boasts one of the most temperate climates in Victoria: not too hot, not too cold …just right! And with less average rainfall than Melbourne and other areas, you’ll be free to enjoy much more of the outdoor activities the region has to offer.

As you reach the Nagambie Lakes region you will pass a number of famous wineries – landmarking them for subsequent viticultural research! – while other magnificent natural attractions such as rivers, lakes and wetlands loom large. All so near and clear… indeed, you’ll find that you’re asking yourself how this jewel in Victoria’s crown can be so close to the hustle and bustle of Melbourne.

Guest Reviews

We travelled with our 3 children and stayed in a river view cabin. Beautiful view!! A very relaxing holiday with terrific facilities especially for the kids. The sunset cruise is a must.
Jim A.Melbourne, Victoria
Away with family and friends. Played tennis, swam in the large pool and ate on the terrace at the river front. Safe environment for the kids and lots for them to do.
Will NGreater Melbourne, Australia
We spent a week here. Great facilities, good sized sites, cafe, film and games rooms and overall plenty of things to do for the kids whilst Mum and Dad kick back.
Ashley W.Melbourne, Victoria