Not to be confused with Lake Daylesford, Jubilee Lake is located a couple of kilometres down Jubilee Lake Road, off the Ballan Daylesford Road, almost opposite the turn-off to Lake Daylesford. There is ample signage on the main road.
Jubilee Lake feels like an oasis tucked away in natural bushland. An abundance of lily pads float upon the edges of the Lake. A beautiful place to visit during the summer months, but also resplendent in autumn colours around Easter, when the leaves begin to turn.
Visit for a day, or take a break in Jubilee Lake Holiday Park. The Park offers a range of cabins as well as powered and unpowered sites for camping and caravans.
Jubilee Lake Holiday Park is a great place to take the family during school holidays. There is plenty to do. Activities available include swimming, fishing, lakeside hire of paddle boats or canoes, walks around the Lake and to nearby mineral springs, or just relaxing with a book under the trees. The Holiday Park has plenty of facilities, and the restaurants and other attractions of Daylesford are only a few minutes away.