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Rokewood Swimming Lagoon

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Hardie Street, Rokewood VIC 3330

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  • Swimming lagoon
  • Picnic tables
  • Electric barbecue
  • Undercover areas
  • Shade sails
  • Bench seating
  • Toilets
  • Rubbish bins
  • No dogs allowed
  • Small entry fee, pay at general store, family season pass available
Pack a picnic or barbecue lunch and spend an afternoon at the Rokewood Lagoon, a gorgeous swimming hole run by community volunteers just half an hour from Ballarat. 

The picturesque lagoon is surrounded by picnic facilities, gardens and bench seating, with plenty of shade available. 

Dogs are not allowed at the Rokewood Swimming Lagoon. 

Swimming at Rokewood Swimming Lagoon

This is a great spot for all ages and swimming abilities! A shallow beach area makes a great spot for young children to have a splash, while the deeper areas are great for swimming and floating on pool inflatables.

Picnics at Rokewood Swimming Lagoon

An electric barbecue area overlooks the water, picnic tables provide plenty of spots to settle in for lunch, and a large empty shelter makes a great place to set up your own tables and chairs.

Entry to Rokewood Swimming Lagoon

Remember to pop in to the general store and pay the small entry fee (or grab a season pass) before you go. Currently (January 2021) the prices are:

  • Adult: $4
  • Child: $2
  • Family season pass (2 adults 4 children): $35
  • Single season pass: $10
Prices can be confirmed on the Rokewood Lagoon Facebook page.

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