On the Warragul Road side of the lake, the Wetlands Trail runs through the wetlands. This is a great walk to observe …
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On the Warragul Road side of the lake, the Wetlands Trail runs through the wetlands. This is a great walk to observe the local birdlife.
The Wetlands Trail and the paths coming of it are compacted fine gravel.
The path with the least gradient is the one commencing immediately below the observation tower. The maximum slope on this trail is a short length of 1 in 14 as it climbs the rise.
The path to the right crosses a boardwalk which has a handrail rail on one side and a 75 millimetres strip on the other. Following the path to the boundary road at the fence and then turning right brings you back to the Lake Trail.
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