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Created in 1891 by damming the Goulburn River, Lake Nagambie is a popular spot for fishing and sailing, canoeing, water skiing and swimming for locals and visitors alike. Take a walk up to Jacobsons Lookout for expansive views out across the water, enjoy a picnic on the grassy banks, or stroll across the walking track that goes right across the historic Goulburn Weir.
Wander through the vibrant town of Nagambie, which sits on the shores of the lake, or cruise around the renowned local wineries that benefit from the cooler climate, caused by the regional lakes and lagoons. For something a bit different, time your visit to Lake Nagambie to coincide with one of the numerous rowing and kayaking championships held throughout the year.