Causeway Lake is a man-made feature, formed by the bridge that crosses Mulambin Creek, which allows fresh salt water in on the high tide.
This provides a safe swimming area for families on the landward side of the bridge, and a steady channel on the seaward side for anglers.
Causeway Lake has a takeaway, caravan park, and boat hire. Boat ramps are located on both sides of the lake.
Behind the lake, where Mulambin Creek follows its natural course, the relatively new suburb of Mulambin Waters backs onto the waterway, with a dock for fishing and entertaining.
Accessing Causeway Lake
Causeway Lake can be reached from both the Kinka and Mulambin sides of the lake. Both access points run off the Scenic Highway. A third parking area is on the landward side on the northern end of the bridge, which gives direct access to the seaward channel and also to the walking trails over Pinnacle Point.
Photo Gallery: Causeway Lake
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