Tea Tree Boardwalk Bird Hide Trailhead

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Bool Lagoon Conservation Parl, South Australia


Tea Tree Boardwalk (30 mins, 1km) Take a walk into the heart of the lagoon. See the nest areas of ibis, spoonbills and many other birds in the gnarled and weathered tea trees. Learn who lives where in the wetland. The boardwalk, extending 500 metres over the wetlands, gives you the feeling of walking on water. Brolgas, commonly associated with northern Australia, are perhaps the most spectacular of the 150 species of birds that visit this area. Enjoy the magnificent scenery and listen carefully for the creatures of the wetlands, especially the insects and frogs. In addition, it regularly supports in excess of 10,000 ducks and greater than one percent of the breeding pairs of great egret and straw-necked ibis in Australia.

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Lat: -37.118916 Lng: 140.724731

User Reviews



The feeling of any minute the board walk is going to fall apart underneath had the kids excited. Unfortunately no bird life to be seen and the lagoon has been bone dry for sometime.



Still not a lot of water. Bird life is limited, even early in the morning.



$10 Day permit not a lot of birds or water in lagoon at the moment so not free


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