The Ngaraba-aan Trail winds its way from Port Kembla Heritage Park along MMBeach (North Beach) to Lake Illawarra.
The artworks planned along this trail will tell a story about communities and improving the environment, to acknowledge the past and present hope for the future.
The first of these artworks can now be found at MMBeach.
The artwork, magari (Dharawal for fishing time) was designed by Lorraine Brown and Edwards Clarke. It tells the story of the long term sustainable coastal community when the waters were teaming with fish stock and shellfish, until the community was moved on from the pressure of an expanding town and the coastal waters became polluted from the heavy industry.
Recent upgrades has seen the community return to MMBeach once again.