Holiday Park Features: The Lakes

The Lakes

 

Stoney Park comprises of two man made lakes,
which were builty with the purpose of waterskiing and wakeboarding.


The lakes have carefully been constructed at right angles to each other to best utilise the varying sun and wind conditions. The lakes are 720 metres long, 60-80 metres wide and ranging from 1.5-1-8m deep.

 

 

the lakes

For Competitions

Stoney Park has been designed to create optimum conditions for
not only competitors, but make life easier for judges and make
excellent viewing for the spectator.

Stoney Park is fully equipped with all the latest infrastructure
required to smoothly run any world class tournament.

Stoney Park has hosted 3 x national Australian Waterski Championships,
1 x National Australian Wakeboard Championship, 
as well as many state and regional tournaments.

Stoney Park has been designed to create optimum conditions for not
only competitors, but make life easier for judges and make
excellent viewing for the spectator.

Stoney Park is fully equipped with all the latest infrastructure required to
smoothly run any world class tournament.

Stoney Park Competitions

 

For Nature Lovers

Not only is Stoney Park fully equipped with all the necessities to run a
fantastic ski school, but we have also been blessed with a beautiful natural environment that is great for any nature lover.

The 130-acre property has many forests and bush as well as open parkland
that is great for picnics. A number of small lagoons are scattered around
the property, and a canoeing lagoon in the form of meandering canals which work their way through trees and around islands. This is ideal for any age group who want to paddle around for hours on end! The open spaces are great for any sports loving person who loves to walk, run or just relax!

Stoney Park is also home to a large colony of native Kangaroos. The kangaroos predominately live in the forest adjacent to the lakes, but will be regularly seen grazing and drinking along the lakes edges. The main feeding times for the Kangaroos is early morning or late afternoon.