Please observe all signs and directions around our storages for information on recreational activities. Refer to the Land and On-Water Management Plan (if provided above) for detailed information on the facilities available.
Lake Eppalock includes caravan parks, picnic areas and public boat ramps. Camping is only permitted in caravan parks.
The Kimbolton Recreational Area features all-access toilet facilities and an all-access barbecue and seating.
No fires are permitted on the foreshore.
There are no rubbish facilities at the lake. Please take out what you bring.
Geologically and topographically, it is an excellent dam site. The curved embankment, 700 metres long, stands 47 metres high and contains more than 800,000 cubic metres of earth and rock. Three spillways cater for the overflow: a concreted main spillway which runs down to the Campaspe River, and two higher grassed spillways for exceptionally large floods.
Normal boating operations currently apply as water levels are above 180 mAHD.
The safety restrictions and trigger levels were determined following extensive consultation with Marine Safety Victoria, emergency agencies, Victoria Water Police and the local community.
Boat users are asked to be aware of the dangers associated with low water levels and abide to all safety restrictions.
Click to enlarge the boating maps of Lake Eppalock at 179.99m AHD and below as well as 180.0m AHD and above.
Caravan Parks, Camping Grounds and Accommodation
Camping is only permitted in caravan parks.
For information on local camping grounds, caravan parks and accommodation, please contact the local tourist information centre.