Ganmain’s Murumbang Interpretive Walk

National Parks and Reserves

Ganmain’s Murumbang Interpretive Nature Walk winds around the Ganmain Forest, railway dams and Boggy Creek. It has two bird hides, interpretive signage and an interpretive centre with picnic facilities.

Waterside vegetation provides protection and habitat for reptilian and amphibian species, as well as nesting areas for wetland birds such as herons, ibis, spoonbills and ducks. Listen for frogs and insects in the overhanging grasses and reeds. The surrounding woodland provides important habitat for threatened species including the Superb Parrot, Swift Parrot and Red Capped Robin. Tiny thornbills, silvereyes, honeyeaters and Coolamon Shire’s iconic bird, the White-Browed Babbler share their home with Southern Marbled Geckoes, brown snakes, red-bellied black snakes and several other reptilian species.

Enter the track from Lake Street, Ganmain.

Facilities

Family Friendly Interactive Centre Lookouts Picnic Area

Rates

Free Entry