Lakeside Paddleboats are located within the picturesque Emerald Lake Park
and operate on Lake Treganowan. Paddleboats can be hired from our ticket office next to the Environment Centre. We cater for walk-in customers on the day and/or Group Bookings; including Corporate, NFP/Community groups and private family functions (20-100+ people) Please contact us directly for additional information and to make your booking.
paddleboats are 2-seaters. Children under 9 must be accompanied by an
adult. Children under 5 are subject to size requirements and minimum age
is 3yo. For safety, height restrictions do apply. All riders must be over 90cm tall and wear a life jacket (available in adult and
children’s sizes) which will be provided free of charge. Total weight on Aqua Bikes is a Safety Factor and is approximately 180kg.
Our Iconic Vintage Paddleboats are lovingly restored and maintained and we are excited to introduce our newly updated accessible boats for people with additional mobility needs or extra comfort for our younger riders!😊
**Our COVIDSAFE guidelines and Safety Rules & Regulations can be found in Updates.
*Opening days and times are seasonal and subject to weather conditions. We will close on days of extreme heat and days of high percentage chance of rain* Closed Christmas Day
PRICE (1-2 person per ride)
$17 - 15 min
$20 - 20 min
$28 - 30 min
WHILE YOU’RE VISITING,WHY NOT
EXPLORE AUSTRALIA'S FAVOURITE STEAM TRAIN!
Step into a timeless world of wonder with Australia's favourite steam train: Puffing Billy, located in the heart of the Dandenong Ranges. Recognised as one of the finest preserved steam trains in the world, Puffing Billy operates every day of the year, except Christmas Day, thanks to the tireless efforts of their volunteers.
Experience the magic of steam train travel from the moment you arrive with the sight of the historic locomotives preparing for departure at the station, the smell of steam billowing out of the vessel's chimney and the evocative sound of the train's whistle.
Built in 1900 to serve the local communities that lived in the hills, carry anything from passengers to timber, livestock, potatoes and plants, the Railway is now a major tourist attraction that invites visitors to come and experience a century old tradition.
Ride in open side carriages over the hill, down the valley and into the forest of the original mountain track between Belgrave and Gembrook and enjoy the simplicity and beauty of the region.
To discover more of what the Eastern Dandenong Ranges has to offer visit http://easterndandenongranges.com