Goulds Lagoon was designated as a wildlife sanctuary in 1938 at the request of the then owner Arthur Gould. It is a particularly important refuge for water birds which use the area for resting, feeding and breeding. This is a gentle walk around the lagoon edge. A viewing platform can be accessed by a boardwalk across the water with interpretive signage to give an insight into the bird life at the lagoon.
|User groups||Suggested time||Difficulty|
|Under 2 hours|
Wheelchairs and prams can access the bird viewing platform.
From Main Road turn onto Hestercombe Road and follow the lagoon edge around to the carpark and viewing platform.