Onsite drinks, snacks & meals


Jubilee Lake Holiday Park & Cafe Restaurant Guru

Pop in to the café for a coffee, cold drinks, hot food (see menu),  homemade cakes – hot jam donuts and our specialty Devonshire Tea plus ice creams and much more.

Open every day 9am to 5pm 

You can pre-order by calling the café on 03 5348 2186.

For events, you can book the café space and arrange customised catering prepared on-site by our staff.

Supplies and hire


  • Paddleboat and canoe hire
  • Ice
  • Wood and kindling
  • Fire pit hire
  • Gas bottle purchase and exchange
  • Bird seed to feed the peacocks

-And much more!

Open Monday to Sunday 9am to 5pm.
5348 2186.

Make your visit extra special

Park activities

Our friendly staff at the kiosk can help you with these.


Redfin and Trout are on the bite! Jubilee Lake is stocked with trout annually by Fisheries Victoria.

Don’t miss out on this experience, make sure you pack the fishing rod and tackle.

There is locally sourced tackle available in the kiosk to purchase.

Paddleboat & Canoe hire

Hire a paddleboat or canoe and soak up the beautiful scenery of Jubilee Lake.

  • Paddleboats $30 for 30 minutes
  • Canoes $25 for 30 minutes

*There must be at least one person over the age of 18 to hire a canoe or paddleboat. Children must be 12months or older. Lifejackets must be worn at all times. A safety briefing will be provided on the day. You will be required to read, understand and sign the agreement form if you wish to participate in this activity.

Cosy campfires

Fire pits are provided with most cabins.

You can hire a fire pit through the office for a small fee duration of your stay. Save the hassle of transporting wood by having a 20kg bag and kindling delivered straight to your campsite.

Bring your own fire pit (must be elevated off the ground), or have one delivered straight to your site.

CFA fire restrictions and regulations must be adhered to.

Feed the peacocks & birds

Birdseed is available for purchase at the kiosk for $2.00 to feed the peacocks and wild birds.

Get up close and personal with our wild-roaming Peacocks, ducks, waterhens, cockatoos and kookaburras.