The Cormiston Creek Track, which was previously a flat, and easily traversed walk of just under one-kilometre, has become a wet, muddy, and messy endeavour, according to a Launceston environmental group.
As a result, the Friends of Tamar Island Wetlands Reserve have entered a proposal in this year's Great Regional City Challenge, aimed at solving the issue.
President of the volunteer organisation, Anne Hamilton said the potential funding would be used to implement suitable drainage in the area.
"For the community this will provide a link between Riverside and the Wetlands Centre, and extend the Launceston Urban Fringe Trail," she said.
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The project is supported by the Department of Primary Industry, Parks, Water and Environment.
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