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Lillydale Lake Park & Playground

One of the best family friendly parks with a kids playground, picnic and BBQ area, off leash dog park and more fun activities in Lilydale.
Lillydale Lake Park & Playground


  • Spend a whole day outdoors with family and kids

  • Dog friendly with an off leash dog park

More info

Lillydale Lake is a family-friendly park with a playground, water play during summer and great walking trails around the lake for some exercise. It's also dog friendly and has an off-leash dog park for your furry friends to enjoy.

Lillydale Lake Playground

There is play equipment for kids of all ages and abilities, including some for imaginative and sensory play. Some of the play structures are

  • Double flying fox
  • Swings and slides
  • Carousel
  • Climbing structures
  • Sensory creek with mushrooms
  • And more!
Water Play at the Splash Pad

Lillydale Lake Splash Pad is free water play that is open during the warm months of October until April.


  • Flat unpaved dirt walking track around Lillydale Lake that can be suited for prams and wheelchairs
  • Accessible public toilet
  • Liberty swing that is wheelchair friendly

To access the swing and the toilets, you need a key that you can borrow for free from any Yarra Ranges Community Links. If you would prefer to buy a permanent key from the Master Locksmiths Association of Australasia, you can visit their website or call 9338 8822.

Dog friendly

Lillydale Lake Park is dog friendly. Dogs are allowed on leash on the walking trails. There is also an off lead dog park with an obstacle course so your furry best friend can have some fun too!


Key visitor facilities at Lillydale Lake Park include

  • Carpark
  • Toilets
  • Water tap
  • BBQs
  • Picnic tables and benches
  • Shaded areas

School Holidays Tip

The walk around Lillydale Lake has limited shade, so don't forget to bring water, a hat and sunscreen during warm months and especially on hot summer days!




Age Groups

Toddlers (1-2)
Preschool (3-5)
Primary school (6-8)
Middle school (9-11)
Young teens (12-14)
Teens (15-17)
Students (18+)

Special Needs

Physical disability

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