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Friday, November 28, 2008

Exploring Belgrave Lake Park

The Belgrave Lake Park is 35 km east of Melbourne.

The Olinda Creek flows through it, and the Lake, also known as the Dandenong Reservoir, is the habitat of many species of waterfowl, as well as platypuses and birds.

The reservoir was built in 1893 to supply water to Dandenong.

The Park has two main walking trails, with boardwalks and bridges, offering nice views of the Lake, passing through remnant bushland. The resident ducks are very friendly!

I visited this Park on November 26, 2008, exploring the 2 km circuit trail.

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