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A good walk - do the lookout too

This is a lovely walk through the bush to the Blue Lake. Once at the lake, we took the uphill route... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Sonofabob
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Nice hike along a well maintained path but its a lake with little access and to be honest not much... read more

Reviewed 27 March 2018
Restless59
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Bournemouth, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is a lovely walk through the bush to the Blue Lake. Once at the lake, we took the uphill route up to the lookout which is spectacular and then back via a different trail. Altogether it’s about 8km and done if it is a...More

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Reviewed 27 March 2018 via mobile

Nice hike along a well maintained path but its a lake with little access and to be honest not much to see along the way: the higher return track is off limits due to maintenance regrowth so i actually came back along the service track...More

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Reviewed 6 December 2017 via mobile

I have wanted to go back to Blue lake since I was a kid. First tip: you cannot drive there anymore, believe me, that’s a good thing. It keeps the area free from huge numbers of people. Apparently it’s a 6k round trip, although the...More

1  Thank Kate B
Reviewed 20 November 2017 via mobile

Blue lake is nice once you get there, however the road to drive there is closed so you need to walk an hour to get there. So it's only worth going if you plan to stay awhile.

2  Thank Frindlerta
Reviewed 31 August 2017

Ok when you are over at Straddie you need to visit the Blue lake - swim, frollick, kayak, snorkel - its all there for you to enjoy just check the winds before going because a windy day makes it uncomfortable

Thank Paul C
Reviewed 20 August 2017

Signage on where/how to get there would be better from Dunwich - at present it is non-existent - There is a car park, a bit limited on the day as obviously there are improvement works going on. The path is in good condition, sand so...More

Thank katejim1
Reviewed 24 July 2017

Only do this walk (6km return) if you have the time and energy to spare and you have covered all other main sights (point lookout, north george walk, brown lake, cylinder beach etc). While the lake is quite scenic to view, that's about all you...More

4  Thank Prasadini N
Reviewed 6 July 2017

This is a gentle 6 Km walk on a well-defined sandy track through the wallum banksia, black sheoak and eucalypt scrublands. We did this in mid winter and enjoyed seeing the banksias, the grasstrees and many other examples of the flora, including a tiny white...More

1  Thank Roy O
Reviewed 6 July 2017 via mobile

The round trip took us just under 3 hours and that included an apple and a drink at Blue lake. I even took my mum who has arthritis, and dodgy knees. The walk is mostly flat, tremendously serene, and pretty uninhabited at this time of...More

Thank CarolynAlchin
Reviewed 24 June 2017

Easy walk nice and flat i believe is was 5.6km return or something close to that. There is not much to see and the lake isnt blue as it suggests and we didnt swim in it due to it being an aboriginal sacred site but...More

Thank Staci B
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