Welcome to LakeEildon.com, developed by Turbo Productions and has been in operation since 1998. 

We hope that you find this website helpful for you in seeking information about the Lake Eildon area.

A trip through this website will show you why people are attracted to what is Australia's largest fresh water playground destination. You will find out about the Lake Eildon National Park, and other natural and man made attractions.

Discover the gateway to the legendary High Country, and Snow Resorts. There are places where one can find enjoyment during all seasons throughout the year. You can find out about water-sports including boating and fishing. You will also learn some local history , and find out what occupies the locals.

Discover the various and vastly different accommodation options from which you can choose? Accommodation ranges from bush camping to luxury accommodation. You can check the wildlife, the walks, and even get some tips on how to catch that elusive trout.

The original "Eildon On The Net" website was designed by a former local student as a voluntary local community service. LakeEildon.com was also created by, and is hosted, sponsored and maintained by subsequently formed creative business, Turbo Productions.

We thank Community and Visitor interest organizations and individuals for their contributions and input for the development of this Site. Contributions are welcomed to help improve site content at any time, and where appropriate, will be incorporated in regular updates.

The site content has been reproduced in good faith from information gathered by the designer, and provided by original authors.

Contact Turbo Productions and LakeEildon.com on 1300 207 446 or email admin @ lakeeildon.com at anytime. 

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Latest Discussion Forum Updates

Yep. Still dry - although the 15 mm I got a few days back was nice!Statistics: Posted by allan — Today, 18:59
Welcome enko,I'm sure we will hear from him soon.Refardsoozz77Statistics: Posted by oozz77 — Today, 16:18
I think you're right Allan. The lake is definitely being drawn down faster than any rain event could top it up past 87.7%. Today's measurement is 83.3%, which is 4.4% lower than the 87.7% maximum we reached earlier. Even the monumental 99,000ML inflow from September 5th 2010 would only gain us around 3%, and there's nothing like that likely in the current outlook. So I think it's definitely time to call this one!87.7% maximum on Sept 18th.By my reckoning Mazman is closest - 1.1% awayJust nudging out cueball - 1.45% awaymazman1 - 88.8cueball - 86.25Congrats...

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