Nagambie is a suburb of Northern Victoria,
Victoria and is about 115 kms north of VIC's capital
city of Melbourne. In the 2011 Australian census the
population of Nagambie was 1,548 when there
were 772 Females and 776 Males living there. The
median age for people living in Nagambie was 45.
The town of Nagambie is located in a pastoral and
agricultural region between Seymour and
Shepparton, on the shores of the picturesque Lake
Nagambie. Nagambie is an attractive holiday spot,
offering varied water activities on the man-made
lake and the neighbouring Goulburn River.
The town is on the Goulburn Valley Highway north
of Seymour and in the Shire of Strathbogie.