Almost perfectly circular in shape, Little Lagoon was once a land-locked birrida (gypsum pan) that was inundated by the sea several thousand years ago. This pristine waterway is a natural nursery for several fish species. The waters are a marine recreation zone that allows recreational fishing but prohibits the use of nets.
A popular spot for fishing, swimming, canoeing and kite-boarding, the lagoon has facilities that include shade shelters and barbecues around the lagoon shore. Close by there is a viewing platform and disabled fishing platform over the narrow channel linking the lagoon to the sea.
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