Belgrave Lake Park encompasses pipe and a disused tank which, towards the producers of Lysterfield provided water towards the city of Dandenong, and next from 1893-1924. In those days, the playground was a well known tourist location where there is picnicking, hiking and swimming. The initial kiosk, a log and rock cabin, which offered both the book and also the campground still stays.
The park has a nice area that is very alongside bushland with great selection of amenities. Two buildings, one with little slip, string climbing hierarchy, firemanis post, canal, abacus, shop-front, wall, controls and climber. Another string sail, with horse bars, sloping bars and willing climber, reduced string traverse.
You will find two BBQ places having a protection, well-equipped bathrooms, hockey court, large playing area and workout region with stunning wildlife drawings on the surfaces that are outside. Chairs and tables spread about.