Brown Lake is here seen in the center of this artwork, with grasses encircling the lake, then around the lake children have drawn the Lace Monitor goanna's often seen there, and the snake neck turtle. Also human footprints and aboriginal camp sites are doted around the outside. Symbolically the karbul or carpet snake type design around the outside represents culture and culture keeping this 'ancient women's lake' safe.
Myora Springs, Dunwich is a sacred place where freshwater meets salt water. The grade 3 children from Dunwich State School give us lots of messages here on how to keep the lake safe: "Don't walk on mangroves""Don't litter Myora Springs": "I love Myora Springs so much"; "Protect Myora Springs"; "Do not cut down trees at Myora!"