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Details: Bordering the Albert River, the 45 hectare Eagleby Wetlands Conservation
Reserve is a natural habitat for over 200 native bird species, which inhabit the ponds,
mangroves and marshlands. Four bird hides have viewing slots of various heights.

Bush tracks veer away from the main River Walk providing a variety of habitats . A sewage treatment plant is on the
property but is not offensive. 

On iNaturalist there is an Eagleby Wetlands Observations:
List (https://inaturalist.ala.org.au/projects/eagleby-wetlands). 

Long sleeves and pants are recommended. The paths are flat or gently undulating.
Meet at: 8:30am, 293 Logan St, Eagleby.

There are several car parks, some are frequented by free campers. We will meet at the Day Use carpark, just above the sunken amphitheatre.

If you are a current member and interested in joining us please complete the form below. Guests are welcome and if you would like to come please email excursion@qnc.org.au include the excursion name in the subject heading, along with your name, telephone number and email address. Please also provide the details of an emergency contact.

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