Nagambie sits on the Goulburn Valley Highway in Victoria, on the shores of Lake Nagambie, an artificial lake created by the Goulburn Weir in 1891.
It's a small town but the lake is the venue for many state and national rowing championships during the year, attracting many visitors.
The Nagambie Lakes Regatta Centre is one of Victoria's major water sports facilities, boasting a 2000m, fully buoyed, National Standard rowing and canoeing course.
Nagambie On Water is an annual community event, held every March, featuring water-themed activities, grape stomping and river to pub races.
The town also hosts the Goulburn Valley Vintage Festival in March, and the Shiraz Challenge in November, and is close to several wineries in Mitchelton and Tahbilk.
Nagambie has a Catholic school and a public school, as well as sports clubs and the Nagambie Golf Club.