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While it was pretty dry we still got to see many different species of birds and even a wallaby came up for a drink. The viewing platform has plenty of information on the walls as to the seasons and what you can expect to see....More
As this site is not far from the north west entrance to the park, its worth a short stop - or longer if you are a serious twitcher, as there is a large hide. There were quite a lot of water birds present, but none...More
We’re no bird watchers, but you cannot fail to be amazed by the number of types of the feathered kind, no less than 12 kinds in the water no more than 20 metres from the viewing platform plus one crocodile being harassed by the long...More
We did the easy walk and it was very nice, lots of birds, but IMHO Fogg Dam was way nicer, but that's just me. We still enjoyed it, maybe the longer walk would have been better? Try it if you have the time.
Went here twice it was so beautiful. Nothing prepares you for when you enter the viewpoint and see this 180 degrees wetland panorama and hear the incredible volume of bird sounds. Its like sitting in an Imax cinema but real. The location is just off...More
Lovely large billabong or waterhole with a large variety of birds from a great bird hide with seats - get close to a range of waterbirds, easy access for disabled with paths easy on flat ground three minute walk from car park. Don’ miss egrets,...More