• Length: 8.6km

  • Duration: 2.5hrs

  • Grade: 3

  • Style: Circuit

  • Start: Lakeside Camping Ground

  • End: Lakeside Camping Ground

  • Location: Lake Eildon National Park

  • Closest Town: Alexandra

  • Distance from CBD: 183km

  • State: VIC

  • Latitude: -37.1773293063

  • Longitude: 145.8631574573

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Estate Spur Circuit is a 8.6km, grade 3 Circuit hike located in Lake Eildon National Park Victoria. The hike should take approximately 2.5hrs to complete.


The Estate Spur Circuit hike begins from Lakeside Camping Ground. At the east side of the Camping Ground, look for a hiking trail starting from the main road (there is a sign to Point Mead). Continue beyond Point Mead until you reach a trail junction with a sign pointing left to Point Mibus/Bedrock Creek and right for Estate Spur. The reasonably steep trail heading up the hill is undefined in parts so if you think you’ve lost it, just keep going up hill and you should meet Estate Spur Track. If you’ve taken the right path you should end up at an €œEstate Spur Track€ sign.

Follow Estate Spur Track south-west, enjoying the incredible 360 degree views from the highest points along the way, until you reach a sign pointing right to Coller Bay. Head right and descend to the main road (leading to Lakeside Camping Ground), then cross the road and head down the track to the left of the information booth. You’ll quickly reach a track on the right, which heads back towards the camping ground. Take this for a nice gentle stroll back to Lakeside. There are a few road-crossings and unclear parts but you’re in between the road and lake so as long as you keep heading in the general direction, you’ll find the way.

Getting there

From Alexandra (approx. 130 km north-east of Melbourne), head towards Eildon along the Goulburn Valley Highway for about 2 km. Turn left onto U.T. Road and follow it for 11 km. Turn left (at the roundabout) onto Entrance Road and then take the next right (at the shop). Follow this road all the way to Lakeside Camping Ground at the end.

About the park

Lake Eildon National Park offers a variety of settings to explore; from open bush in the north, to dense vegetation in the south and east. Enjoy bushwalking, cycling, boating and fishing or try the more adventurous pursuit of waterskiing. Relax in a scenic environment and experience native wildlife.


Total distance: 8620 m
Max elevation: 465 m
Min elevation: 278 m
Total climbing: 483 m
Total descent: -482 m
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One thought on “Estate Spur Circuit (8.6km)

  1. We left the car at the lakeside camping ground and did it in reverse. The lake side walk was quite easy to follow, but the descent on estate spur walk was really steep. There was an arrow just before the descent on estate spur track, but it was pulled out and we couldn’t find the way given in the GPX file. We searched around a lot but every direction was dangerously steep.