Lake Hume Parkland

There are five main parkland areas to visit along the Lake Hume foreshore. They have a range of facilities and excellent water access when the lake is at capacity, however as water levels fall access can become more difficult.

The Murray River Experience Master Plan provides a a long-term vision for the open space areas along the Murray River and foreshore of Lake Hume. The master plan also outlines improvements for each of these areas.

Below are the five major open space areas along the foreshore as well as popular fishing area below the weir wall.

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    Apex Park (The Pines)

    Apex Park, also known as The Pines is one of the most popular parks at Lake Hume. It has boat launching facilities, barbecues, picnic tables and public toilets.

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  • Bowna Reserve

    Bowna Reserve

    A popular parkland with boat launching facilities, barbecues, picnic tables, shelters and public toilets.

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    Lake Hume Tourist Park Beach Area

    Located off Ray Walsh Drive in Lake Hume Village, this parkland has a great swimming area with barbecue facilities, picnic tables, public toilets and a café close by.

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    Lake Hume Resort Boat Ramp

    You can launch your boat at this ramp even when the Lake is as low as 10%. Ample boat trailer parking.

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    Table Top Reserve

    Located at the northern part of the Council area, Table Top Reserve is a small local park that has Lake Hume frontage at high water levels.

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