A 3.8 km circuit track planned for around the outside of the lagoon is underway. Some of the areas around the lagoon are more suited to public access than others, and by putting the track around the outside of the lagoon, birdlife still has a refuge on the other side. Not all areas of the lagoon will be accessed, as it is important to ensure wildlife is not disturbed. Bridges will need to be built to cross the several creeks which feed the lagoon and tracks built in between to connect the bridges.
By creating public access, the group anticipates that this will encourage more members of the community to become interested and want to participate in the project. Tracks will also mean these areas will then be more easily accessible to working bee groups including school groups.