Lake Albert is one of Wagga's popular recreational destinations.
The Lake precinct offers a range of facilities for all boat and recreational users.
An exciting project is now underway at Apex Park at the southern end of the Lake. Once complete, the $700,000 project will deliver a new boat ramp, car park and shoreline upgrades, making the area more user-friendly.
For the works to be carried out, the Apex Park car park and boat ramp will be CLOSED from April 7 to June 30, 2016. Read more about the Apex Park project and what it has to offer.
Council recently sought feedback from the community on the future of Lake Albert.
Details on completed, proposed and ongoing projects and associated plans and reports can be found on the Your Say Wagga website.
While some consultations have closed, Council always likes to hear from the community about the precinct can be improved. You can leave your feedback and ideas at the Your Say Wagga page.
Lake Albert is a very popular recreation destination in Wagga Wagga, offering many things to do both on and off the water.
Lake Albert Features
Bosley Memorial Park Features
Apex Park Features
O'Halloran Park Features
Public boat ramps are available year round at both Apex Park and Bosley Memorial Park. There is also a private boat ramp, managed by the Boat Club, located next to Bosley Memorial Park.
There are many BBQs, picnic shelters and table settings located around the Lake, and they are free to use!
A large adventure playground and fenced toddler playground can be found at Apex Park, with other smaller playgrounds located around the Lake.
The adventure playground at Apex Park includes a large climbable rope structure with a huge slide, a massive bird's nest swing, a boat, some rocks, and other things kids can play on.
The toddler playground at Apex Park is fenced and covered with a Shade Sail.
Set over 800m, Eight fitness stations have been installed in four locations near Apex Park.
Lake Albert Walkway
At 5.5km in length, the Lake Albert Walkway is an incredibly popular walking track that does a complete circuit around Lake Albert. The Walkway can be utilised by people of all levels of fitness and mobility given it's constant flat grade and well sealed surface.
Watch the clip below, starting at O'Hallaron Park and riding anti-clockwise around the lake, to appreciate what the Walkway has to offer.
Amenities are available at Apex Park and Bosley Memorial Park.
Lake Albert Water Quality
The water quality of Lake Albert is regularly monitored to ensure it is safe for the public to swim in.
For all feedback regarding Lake Albert, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org