Lakes Guthridge and Guyatt are located off Foster Street in Sale and can be accessed from McIntosh Drive behind the Police Station or via Guthridge Parade walking through the Sale Botanic Gardens.
The Lakes offer a tranquil and picturesque setting in the heart of Sale and have long been a focal point for recreational activities, picnics and barbeques and nature observation.
Other attractions include the Aboriginal Art Interpretive Trail, Historic Powder Magazine, Heritage Botanic Gardens, Fauna Park and Aboriginal Canoe Tree. A café at Aqua Energy adjoins the park.
Check out the chainsaw wood carving of the Jolly Swagman in the Botanic Gardens..
A lovely spot to stop and see the pelicans, swans and waterbirds enjoying their day.
Aboriginal Art Interpretive Trail
Built in 1864-65, the Sale Powder Magazine served the needs of North and East Gippsland to provide safe conditions for the storage of explosive powder was used by the gold mining industry.
Another excellent site to view the bird life.
Stop for a coffee at the cafe.
Beautiful gardens, grassed areas, paved walking areas, a playground (including flying fox), undercover picnic areas, sculptures, a fauna enclosure, sensory garden and elm forest