Tiddalik Wetlands and Bird Sanctuary

Natural Attractions

Initially the land was used as a storm water retention basin and planting of the more than 10,000 seedlings saw the Tiddalik Wetlands artificially created and officially opened in 2001.

The site adjoins residential areas to the east and native bushland to the west.

A variety of birds, frog and invertebrate species are also present in the Wetland Reserve.

Facilities

Carpark Non Smoking Picnic Area

Rates

Free Entry

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