About the listing
Lake Purrumbete is an attractive volcanic lake with an average depth of 45m and a maximum depth of 60m, Visitors can enjoy views across the lake to the volcanic peaks of nearby Mt Porndon and the distant bulk of Mt Elephant.
The lake is spring fed and forms the source of the Curdies River which flows into the ocean near Peterborough. Boat access is available by entering through the caravan park.
There is a cafe on the Lakes Edge (Lake Edge Cafe) which can also be accessed by Purrumbete Estate Road.
Plenty of depth and feed to grow and hide monster catches.
Species: rainbow, brown. tiger and cheetah trout, chinook and Atlantic salmon, redfin (English perch)
Access: Good access for bank fishing, boats can now be launched from the new concrete ramp in the caravan park
Best access is via Purrumbete Estate Road which runs along the southern shore. With access to the jetty and boat launching facilities available through the caravan park.