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Hamilton Lake Domain

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Lake Domain Drive, Hamilton, New Zealand
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Beautiful backdrop for a run

The Hamilto Lake is pretty to look at and has a very practical walkway to cater for walkers... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Shellie M
Hamilton, New Zealand
Really nice walk

If you are looking for a nice easy walk there is a very nice well maintained walking track around... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Ant W
Hamilton, New Zealand
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“bird life” (20 reviews)
“all ages” (24 reviews)
“great walk” (18 reviews)
Lake Domain Drive, Hamilton, New Zealand
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Reviewed yesterday

The Hamilto Lake is pretty to look at and has a very practical walkway to cater for walkers, runners, strollers, dogs, wheelchairs etc. Very easy to navigate with lots of seating around to rest.

Thank Shellie M
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you are looking for a nice easy walk there is a very nice well maintained walking track around tge lake. It is about a two kilometre circuit. Completely flat. There is also a great new children's playground and a nice cafe/ restaurant to check...More

Thank Ant W
Reviewed 1 week ago

The lake area is a very nice walking place but the children's play area is great and very user friendly for our 18 month granddaughter to run around and play with other children.

Thank Anne M
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a lovely relaxing walk of about 50 minutes right round the Lake . Plenty to see on the way round so take a camera with you. A little early yet for the water Lillies to be in flower but when they are they...More

Thank Maggie N
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely walking area around the lake. Lots of birdlife to spot. And a great park for the youngesters to play.

Thank habanachooky
Reviewed 1 week ago

A relaxing walk around the lake, in the city but you wouldn't know it. Native birds and plants to see. A lovely childrens playground and a nice café. Well worth a visit if you have time to escape for a pleasant lakeside stroll.

Thank b0bdiana
Reviewed 1 week ago

A nice place for strolling or just sitting with a camera. I went to this place on my last day in Hamilton, expecting nothing. But as a passioned photographer the area surprised me, I found ducks and other birds, people immersed in a model boat...More

Thank dbremser
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Once you are done running around the city, stop by the lake side for a few hours to relax and unwind. The whole lake has a walk way around it - 3.5 km approx and is punctuated by parking spaces to help facilitate movement. There...More

Thank Pratzila
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Hamilton's Lake domain is a great place to escape to Very close to the inner city of Hamilton....just a short walk from the CBD Great place to get away and relax Great for sports people....on and off the water Cafés close by Great for walkers...More

Thank Brycee10
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very popular walking track. Cafe on site and playground for children. Great free attraction to have a picnic or do the loop walk.

Thank Susan H
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