Nudgee Beach Wetlands — 21st August 2022
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Nudgee Beach Wetlands

Tabbil-ban Dhagun Boardwalk, Nudgee Beach © Caleb Gittins

This morning’s walk will be at Nudgee Beach Wetlands situated north west of the township of Nudgee Beach and borders Moreton Bay and a small bay inlet. We will follow a boardwalk which leads through the mangroves and incorporates a couple of bird watching platforms and a bird hide. With low tide occurring at 10.30am we should be able to observe birds feeding on the exposed mud flats as well as those occupying the mangroves. Picnic facilities and toilets are available. Please bring water, morning tea, a chair and insect repellent.

Directions

The walk will start from the carpark located at the northern end of O’Quinn Street.

  • Date and Time
    Sunday, 21st Aug 2022
    7:00 am
  • Location
    Nudgee Beach Wetlands
    O’Quinn Street
    Nudgee Beach
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  • Leader
    • Vernon Kretschmann
      0488 211 277
  • Walking Grade
    Grade 2
    Formed track. May have gentle hills and some steps. No bushwalking experience required.

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Olive-backed Sunbird (Cinnyris jugularis) © Vince Bugeja