Character: Small sheltered lake
Suits: Flatwater canoes & kayaks
Aura Vale Lake is small man-made lake nestling beside the Cardinia Reservoir approximately 50 km due east of Melbourne.
The lake is less than 1 km long and 0.5 km wide and at no point in the lake is the shore line more than 200m away.
Power boats and larger sailing boats are not permitted, making it ideal for recreation canoeing.
The lake has some small sandy beaches and is surrounded by natural bushland. The lake is fed by local streams and the water level is maintained at a constant level.
Swimming is not permitted due to poor water quality and submerged objects.
The lake and surrounds are under the management of Parks Victoria and the gate closes at sunset each day.
The main access area is the Henley Picnic Park accessed from Wellington Road where there is a boat ramp picnic tables and toilets.
Access to Aura Vale Lake Park is from Wellington Road or Aura Vale Road, Selby.
Putting In: Access to Aura Vale Lake is from Wellington Road or Aura Vale Road, Selby.
Taking Out: Access to Aura Vale Lake is from Wellington Road or Aura Vale Road, Selby.
Google Map: http://goo.gl/2bzMo8
Camping: No Camping
Entry Date: April 29 2013
Verified Date: April 29 2013
Verified by: Rob Cooling
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