Lake Hume

Located 20 kilometres east of Albury's Central Business District, Lake Hume is one of Australia most important water storage facilities.

Albury has over 20 kilometres of Lake Hume water frontage, which includes a number of  parkland areas that provide access points for swimming, fishing, water skiing and jet skis. Whether undertaking water activities, enjoying a picnic or just relaxing by the water, Lake Hume is a great place to visit.

  • Weir Wall

    Lake Hume Facts

    Want to know more about Lake Hume? How much area it covers, how much water it holds and when and why it was built?

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  • Lake Hume Parks

    Lake Hume Parkland

    AlburyCity manages a number of public reserves around Lake Hume. Find out more about the history and infrastructure at these facilities.

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  • Boat Ramp

    Lake Hume Boat Ramps

    There are three boat ramps managed by AlburyCity on Lake Hume. Bowna Reserve, Lake Hume Resort and Apex Park.

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