Known as The Pines, Apex Park is a popular parkland located on Lake Hume.
Apex Park is a popular parkland located on Lake Hume. The park has a boat ramp which has high utilisation by fishers, ski boats and personal water craft (jetskis). The park has barbecue facilities, picnic tables and public toilets. The park has great views of both the Mitta and Bowna Arms of Lake Hume and the Bethanga Bridge which links Lake Hume Village (NSW) and Bellbridge (Victoria).
History - The park is known as The Pines by locals due to the area being planted out with pines trees (Pinus radiata) in the 1930's. Due to the drought in the early 2000's a number of trees had died and were removed. Tree planting and other revegetation works is currently being undertaken.
The Apex Club contributed to the improvements in the reserve when under the management of the previous Council (Hume Shire Council).
Boat Ramp - End of the boat ramp is at 47% (182.1 AHD)
Parks and recreation
Phone: 02 6023 8111