Parks Victoria will release documentation on the clean-up plans for the toxic sands in West Bendigo this week.
Following the call for the release of the test and audit documents, reported in the Bendigo Weekly on Friday, Parks Victoria has told the residents who live near Liddell's Calcine Sands they will deliver them in Bendigo on Thursday.
"23 reports will come through to us, personally delivered by (ranger) David Major and (regional manager) Kate Millar," spokesman for the residents' group Paul Epworth said.
"I'm really hoping this is a chance for us to see them and go through them.
"They (Parks Victoria) said management wants to see full transparency now."
Last week, Ms Millar wrote to the Bendigo Weekly to say the process had complied with the Environmental Protection Agency guidelines.
A letter to residents also said no test results would be released prior to a meeting with residents, and Parks Victoria has repeatedly refused to release the results of tests made at the site by Parsons Brinckerhoff, and the subsequent report which was the subject of a lengthy audit process.
New concerns about the clean-up of the sands exposed by the February 2009 bushfires were raised earlier this month when Andrew Helps of Hg Mercury Recovery tested properties just outside the regional park.
Mr Helps claims the hydromulching process, put in place to stabilise the sands until remediation work started, has added to the toxicity through "off-gassing" of mercury into the atmosphere.