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Birdwatching at Narrawallee Inlet

Vegetation Types - coastal woodland, estuary

Grade and Distance: - 2.5km return (1.5hrs) - easy grade, formed walking path, sandy fire trail

What to look for:
Common small birds along the track include fairy-wrens, White-throated Treecreepers, Varied Sittellas, Spotted Pardalotes, thornbills, Brown Gerygones, Leaden Flycatchers, Black-faced Monarchs and whistlers. Cicadabirds and Rose Robins have also been seen here. White-headed Pigeons, Brown Cuckoo-Doves and Satin Bowerbirds are all fairly common. At the inlet, look for cormorants, Azure and Sacred Kingfshers and a Striated Heron in the mangroves. White-breasted Woodswallows are common around the inlet during summer.

Follow Matron Porter Drive towards Narrawallee Inlet, turn left into Macleay Street just before the inlet and then left into Leo Drive. The walking track starts beside a little pump station between the houses and bushland. Follow the walking track and then turn right along the fre trail to the inlet.


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5. Lake Wollumboola
9. Yatte Yattah NR
13. Hyams Beach
17. Wilfords Lane Wetlands

2. Bomaderry Creek
6. Abraham's Bosom
10. Little Forest Plateau
14. Vincentia WTP
18. Lake Conjola Entrance

3. Shoalhaven Heads
7. Booderee Botanic Gardens
11. Narrawallee Inlet
15. Callala Wetland Walkway

4. Ben's Walk
8. Murray's Beach Circuit
12. Burrill Lake
16. Warden Head