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Boondall Wetlands Reserve

31 Paperbark Dr, Boondall QLD 4034, Australia

Introduction of Boondall Wetlands Reserve

Boondall Wetlands Reserve is located on the (Moreton Bay) edge of (Boondall), Morton Bay, on the northern outskirts of Queensland's capital Brisbane, and between (Nudgee Beach), Bondor (Boondall) and Sean Cliff (Shorncliffe) on Nuden Beach, about 20 kilometers from the city of Brisbane.

Boondall Wetlands Reserve, covering an area of about 1000 hectares, is one of the few wetland reserves in Brisbane, with its topography dominated by tidal beaches, mangroves, salt beaches, Milaluca wetlands, grasslands, open forests and woodlands. Australians have lived in Bondor wetlands for a long time and are inextricably linked to the land.

The Bondor Wetland also has a wide variety of wildlife. Mammals living here include flying foxes, bats, possum and squirrels, as well as frogs, reptiles and butterflies. Among the vegetation, many different birds can be found, including mistletoe, brown frog-beaked night hawk, eastern leech, kingfisher, rainbow wasp tiger, owl and wren. When the tide falls, waterbirds hunt for food on mud beaches, with cormorants, darts, egrets, egrets and herons seen all year round.

The way to visit Boondall Wetlands Reserve is by foot or by bike, with a two-kilometer walkway in the reserve, starting with (The Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre), the environmental center of the Bondor Wetlands, through forests, colorful marshes, mangroves. Salt Beach and Paper Tea Tree forests can also take a detour to overlook all kinds of birds on the edge of the stream; In addition, the trestle is also dotted with artists with local animals and plants related to indigenous totem.


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Australia - Queensland
Attraction - National Park
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