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Suburb profile: Lake Wendouree, VIC 3350

Lake Wendouree is a prestigious suburb located west of the City of Ballarat.

The suburbs name comes from the man-made lake located right in the centre of the suburb.

There is a high proportion of large homes and mansions boasting lake views and tree- lined streets, Webster street in particular is known to be Ballarats most prestigious address.

Amenities the town has to offer are the St John of God Hospital, Woolworths, IGA, a Farmers Market and close by is Ballarat Central for your retail needs.

Recreation in Lake Wendouree is vast, with the Ballarat Yacht club, Anglers club, Tramway Museum, Ballarat Botanical Gardens, Lake Wendouree Fairyland, Lake Wendouree Adventure playground, North Gardens, they also have rowing sheds and boats for hire on the lake so you’ll never get bored! If you’re after something a little laid back, there’s a number of trendy hotels and cafes near the lake as well.

The schools and Universities in Lake Wendouree include Australian Catholic University, Loreto College, and the Pleasant Street Primary School. There are many others close by in neighbouring suburbs.

Great for

  • Clean and green
  • Eating Out
  • Parks & Recreation

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Professionals
  • Singles

Suburbs nearby:

  • Ballarat
  • Lake Gardens
  • Newington
  • Wendouree

Reference: Wikipedia and Homely

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