Ganes Reserve is a recreation area located in the beachside suburb of Point Lonsdale on the Bellarine Peninsula. It is situated between Ocean Road and Laker Drive, not far from the well-known Point Lonsdale Lighthouse.
The Reserve area has a playground, picnic area, an open grass area, and a wetland area with walkway and viewing platform. It is also home of the Point Lonsdale Tennis Club, which has four artificial grass courts (with lights), two plexipave courts, a practice wall, and clubrooms.
The artificial grass tennis courts and the practice wall at Ganes Reserve
The wetlands at the back of the reserve have a short circuit track around them, which consists of an unsealed track and wooden boardwalk. The track does get quite low, however, and when I visited I was unable to make it all the way around due to recent flooding.
If you're interested in exploring other areas nearby, the tracks to the beach and Hardie Lookout are just across the road. The Point Lonsdale Lighthouse and Rip View Lookout are also less than 1km away - just continue along Ocean Road until you see the signs.
The track to Hardie Lookout and the Point Lonsdale Surf Life-Saving Club is just across the road.