Beyond that is a small lake with a short boardwalk and viewing platform along one edge. The lake is surrounded by reeds which would be home to the ducks and a single coot was seen swimming and diving for food. A lone cormorant was also observed.
The wide path and boardwalk and viewing platform overlooking the small lake is wheelchair friendly and any wheelchair-bound visitors would enjoy the experience, with the resident birds giving a swimming and diving exhibition.
The cormorant taking advantage of the viewing area.
The third dimension of the park was a heavily timbered area along one side with many tall pine trees. Throughout this section are many narrow paths winding among the pines and numerous gum trees giving a feeling of isolation.
One of the many pine trees in the park.
It is decreed an indigenous flora reserve but my winter walk saw no evidence of any flora. No doubt in spring that will change. A couple of examples of fungi was noticed in the more wooded areas.