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Unfortunately, when I visited three different times it was closed each time. The location looks like a great discovery centre which isn't what many people want when they are looking to see and photograph birds. The viewing area appears to be far too far away...More
The actual wetlands is surrounded by a cyclone wire fence and tall reeds. If you want to see anything, then 1pm to 5pm on Sundays is about your only chance when the Education Centre and Hide are both open. There is still plenty of open...More
One of my favourite places to cycle. Well paved with bicycle paths and room for walkers and runners. Great spot for walking the dogs and can often go leash free with no issues of escape for our dogs. (One little one usually too distracted by...More
Great place to walk and ride. Only thing I don't like is the 'gates' when riding. Yes I know they are there to stop motorbikes entering but they really slow you down. Avoid it during wet weather as puddles and mud often around for several...More
Although I am not into birdwatching, I am familiar with the area and have watched as a brand new bird hide has been established, far outweighing the small boxes which were available previously. There are several varieties of birds to discover
These wetlands are about 30km from Melbourne to the southeast (but still within the sprawling suburbs.)
At first glance they are unprepossessing, being merely a swampy area.
However ornithologists regurlarly see between 50 and 70 species of bords, such as ibis, egrets, heron and shearwaters....More