Rabl Park

May 27, 2016


Named after Murtoa’s most prominent doctor and long-resident family, the park was developed by the now-defunct Apex Club over many years.

The hard work of this group has seen a wasteland and swamp become a delightful area for public use next to Lake Marma. It has semi-permanent water in an irregular reed lined lake, which sees an abundance of fish, ducks and other wild life.

It has attractive green surrounds, jetties, bridges, a playground, BBQ and toilet facilities with a tourist information board and a well-loved Skate Park ready for any skating enthusiasts.

Rabl Park also features the re-located  historic Murtoa Railway Station foot bridge (1896) spanning the lake narrows. The many paths shaded by beautiful mature trees make for a lovely, relaxing walk.