Lake Hamilton is a recreational lake in Hamilton, Victoria. There is an excellent walking track of about 4.5 km around it.
There is fairly level and well-made track around the lake. There are plenty of places to stop and amenities if needed. It is suitable for all ages and well worth the walk if you have a couple of hours to spare whilst visiting Hamilton.
A good place to start, near the Sir Reginald Ansett Transport Museum
A view of a walking track.
Looking back to the walk's start.
There is plenty of wildlife.
Rowing clubs used by two clubs.
An excellent play area for kids.
One of the play areas.
The bridge over the lake's inlet.
The lake's inlet.
Where Grange Burn enters the lake.
A tree planted as a memorial to the Gallipoli landing.
A view of the lake looking Northwards.
At the lake's southern end.
A view across the lake's spillway.