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Blue M wrote a review Feb. 2019
Blue Mountains, Australia101 contributions24 helpful votes
A pleasant surprise after the salt lakes nearby. Water level was down for the end of summer. But good vantager points and two hides make for good birding. As well as the garden variety Ibis and Spoonbills, and chestnut teal and masked lapwings, the twitch was a black fronted dotterel. No charge for day visits. Low fees for overnight campers.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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giddyin0z wrote a review Jan. 2019
Adelaide, Australia153 contributions28 helpful votes
A nice tranquil spot to observe birds. There are a few koalas as well, if you are lucky, you might spot one (or several) in the trees. You can go for a walk here, are have your lunch in one of the picnic shelters. Duck Lagoon also has toilets, and a BBQ. You can camp in the council maintained tent area (register and pay on site), if you don't mind that it is tiny and exposed.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Annasus2016 wrote a review Mar. 2018
Adelaide, Australia1,080 contributions48 helpful votes
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If you are interested in any or all of these, then this is a must. Avoid extreme weather, heat, wind, rain. There are sheltered areas where you can watch the lagoon and its wild life without being seen by or disturbing the water birds on and around the lagoon. There are rusting machinery parts visible where an enterprising eucalyptus distillery once stood close to the lagoon. There is some information there for those who want to learn of this local past. The Eucalyptus trees are picturesque, especially beautiful where they are mirrored in the expanse of water. With eyes to see, ears to hear and a sense for tranquility you will find Duck Lagoon the little gem it is in nature.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Bob D wrote a review Feb. 2018
Adelaide, Australia1,104 contributions102 helpful votes
Just a short way off the Playford Highway in Cygnet River, it has toilets, water, shelter and, for a fee, camping sites. It’s classic native lagoon landscape, gum trees mainly, rough to some eyes but appealing to others. We walked along the banks of the lagoon viewing the area, sighting ducks and other birdlife. There were sheep in the area too. It’s worth a brief detour off the highway to look around.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Tanya S wrote a review Nov. 2017
Tokyo Prefecture, Japan12 contributions7 helpful votes
We visited and there was no one else there. Great for birdwatching and also for the koalas in the gums
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Date of experience: October 2017
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