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Biami Yumba Park, Fig Tree Pocket

Birds Queensland last visited this area in February 2022, when 50 species were identified.

We will commence the walk in Biami Yumba Park, and will walk along the lagoon through the park, and then we will head north along the fence line of the Brisbane Equestrian Centre. A short steep descent leads to a return path alongside the Brisbane River, through riparian forest.

We will conclude with morning tea and bird call at the starting point.

Toilets are available at the park.

Meeting Point: Alongside the park in Kenny Street, Fig Tree Pocket

UBD Map Reference: 198 H2

  • Date and Time
    Tuesday, 27th Feb 2024
    6:30 am
  • Location
    Biami Yumba Park
    Kenny St,
    Fig Tree Pocket
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  • Leader
    • Margaret Clark
      0427 681 676
  • Walking Grade
    Grade 2
    Formed track. May have gentle hills and some steps. No bushwalking experience required.

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Sahul Sunbird (Cinnyris frenatus) © Vince Bugeja