Djukbinj National Park
Djukbinj National Park

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3.5 of 5 bubbles2 reviews
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Robyn L
Canberra, Australia68 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Solo
Birds, lizards, wallabies, fish and buffaloe abound in this park and I did not see a single other vehicle or person.
30 Whistling Kites were the first surprise as I drove past a loop of Scotts Creek they flew out and around me then whirled up into the thermals. I stopped at the Scotts Creek crossing and walke downstream to see a freshie croc and thousands of birds and millions (literally) of fish travelling the creek. Sitting there I saw nature in action as Kites stole fish from a Heron, birds swooped and waded etc.
So many varieties of birds incl jabiru and pelicans.
I visited all the billabongs along the way in the park seeing mobd if redtailed black cockies, butterflies, lizards and more!!
During the dry I understand the creek dries up but for now it was a fabulous exp.
Written June 8, 2018
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