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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.
About the region
Granton is a suburb of Hobart, capital city of Tasmania, Australia. It straddles the border of two local government areas, with part being located in the Derwent Valley Council and part in the City of Glenorchy.
From Main Road turn onto Hestercombe Road and follow the lagoon edge around to the carpark and viewing platform.
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