With the play equipment and five-kilometre round walking trail, there is plenty to do for the whole family.
With the NSW DPI regularly restocking the native fish in the Aquatic Centre there is always a supply of Murray Cod and Golden Perch to be caught.
The adjacent J&M Smith Flora and Fauna Reserve created in 1996 is an ideal spot for those interested in exploring the local flora and fauna with an abundance of native birds including red-rumped parrot, brown treecreeper, striated pardalote, spiny-cheeked honeyeater, striped honeyeater, the regionally uncommon grey-crowned babbler and when the lake is flooded waterbirds flock to the area.
For native plant enthusiasts the nature reserve supports a woodland of yellow box and white cypress pine, red gumtrees and over 70 recorded species of grasses and herbs. Following floods, a number of grasses and short-lived herbs such as weeping love grass, sneezeweed, sedge and yellow buttons establish on the lake bed.