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Named after Prince Albert, the suburb of Lake Albert is most well-known for the 125 ha artificial lake at its centre. Offering a quiet relaxed atmosphere, most homes in Lake Albert enjoy close proximity to the abundance of walking and cycling tracks, parks, playgrounds and recreational activities the lake has to offer.
Nestled on the southern banks of Lake Albert is the unofficial suburb of Lakehaven. Bordered by the Wagga Wagga Country Golf Club, Wagga Wagga Boat Club and Apex Park, Lakehaven is most well-known for its prestigious homes and the luxury it offers.
On the western edge of the lake lies Lakeside, another unofficial suburb of Wagga Wagga. One of Wagga Wagga’s genuine blue-ribbon locations, Lakeside is an established area consisting mostly of four and five bedroom homes. Backing onto the Wagga Wagga Country Golf Club it offers a great family atmosphere.
Conveniently serviced by Lake Albert shopping village, Lake Albert, Lakehaven and Lakeside all offer a relaxed lifestyle choice, with many homes nestled on small acreage, or set along the water’s edge.
Lake Albert Public School
Main Street, Lake Albert NSW 2650
(02) 6922 6400
Mater Dei Catholic College
Plunkett Drive, Lake Albert NSW 2650
(02) 6922 5069
Mater Dei Catholic Primary School
328 Gregadoo Road, Lake Albert NSW 2650
(02) 6926 2060
Main sporting fields/park
Apex Park – Corner Eastlakes Drive & Lake Street, Lake Albert NSW 2650
Located on the shores of Lake Albert, Apex Park features a large playground catering to all age groups, electronic barbeques and undercover seating, boat ramp, parking, Lake Albert Hall, a stage for community events, public toilets and the adjacent Lake Albert Oval. The oval features a turf wicket, amenities block, kiosk and change room, and is often used by the Wagga Wagga District Cricket Association and Eastlakes Football Club. The Lake Markets are held at Apex Park on a regular basis, and a walking track surrounds the lake.
Bosley Memorial Park – Nelson Drive, Lake Albert NSW 2650
Located on the shores of Lake Albert, the Bosley Memorial Park features a playground, public boat ramp, Scout Association boat shed, undercover picnic area with barbeque facilities, public toilets and off street parking. The Wagga Wagga Boat Club is located adjacent to the park.
Croaker Park – Jasmin Crescent, Lake Albert NSW 2650
Park features playground equipment and goal posts.
O’Halloran Park – Lake Albert Road, Lake Albert NSW 2650
Most well-known for its dog agility course, which contains obstacles such as weaving poles, seesaw, walking ramps and various jumps; O’Halloran Park is located next to the lake.
Rawlings Park – Angel Street, Lake Albert NSW 2650
Rawlings Park is a large sporting venue and bushland reserve, and is home to Henwood Park Soccer Club.
The park features two soccer fields with nets, two cricket grounds (one turf and one synthetic wicket), practice cricket nets, children’s playground, amenities block and baseball diamond. A series of tracks link from Mitchell Road through to Lake Albert, and there is a off-lead dog area within the reserve.
Places of note
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