Take a ride on Puffing Billy, the iconic steam train, from Belgrave to Emerald Lake Park. Stroll around the park observing the ducks and moorhens. Walk across the trestle bridge and over to see the murals and Gus Ryberg amphitheatre in the ornamental and conifer tree lawn. There’s also a model railway to explore if you have time before boarding the train for the return journey back to Belgrave.
Alight from Puffing Billy Lakeside station after your journey from Belgrave. Emerald Lake Park is a great spot for a stroll and a picnic lunch.
Trestle Bridge over Lake Treganowan
Murals depicting Carl A. Nobelius, the Puffing Billy Railway and portraits of four writers associated with the area.
The largest and main amphitheatre, the Gus Ryberg, located north of Lake Treganowan, is named after one of the original park rangers.
Path beside Lake Treganowan.
Path to Emerald Lake Rd
Moorhens and ducks
Map of Emerald Lake Park