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Yea Wetlands

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Yea, Victoria 3717, Australia
+61 428 972 106
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Amazing place to bring the family, to see wildlife in their own habitat

I took my grandchildren to the Yea Wetlands and thru the Y Centre. The grandchildren loved that... read more

Reviewed November 6, 2017
Jacintab61
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Yea, Australia
Nice wetlands walk

Yesterday we were looking around Yea and went to the very good tourist information centre where a... read more

Reviewed September 1, 2017
roy v
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Traralgon, Australia
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Yea, Victoria 3717, Australia
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Reviewed November 6, 2017

I took my grandchildren to the Yea Wetlands and thru the Y Centre. The grandchildren loved that they could run ahead on the "Wobbly"bridge and look below for any fish, platypuses that were in the Yea River below. They could run with out been hindered...More

Thank Jacintab61
Reviewed September 1, 2017

Yesterday we were looking around Yea and went to the very good tourist information centre where a nice lady gave us all the info we needed. Next door there is the path to the Yea Wetlands so decided to look at that before moving on...More

Thank roy v
Reviewed June 2, 2017 via mobile

I took my three granddaughters to have a look. The ladies on the desk were lovely and encouraged the girls to be excited about the explanation straight away. They learned a lot which I'm sure will help them understand how each part of the environment...More

Thank adelemac15
Reviewed March 13, 2017

We stumbled across this place on a break from a long drive and really welcomed the walk - we will definitely come back again.

Thank Jennifer G
Reviewed February 7, 2017

This was nice enough for a walk but we didn't see any birds. I was thankful that there were mown sections of grass but some clearer signs marking the way would have been helpful or some simple maps on signs would have been appreciated

Thank Littlefarm
Reviewed December 30, 2016 via mobile

A great little walk in the shade of the trees and through the wet lands. Highly recommend getting the family out of the car and enjoy nature if you are in yea.

Thank Ash_Dom
Reviewed December 28, 2016

A serene place - an excellent break if you are driving along the Goulburn Vallery Highway. We found the big old river red gums particularly beautiful. The forest is full of the sound of birds - the reserve is great for bird-watching provided you have...More

Thank QuietlyRetired
Reviewed November 4, 2016

The Murray Darling Basin drains the inland Eastern half of the driest inhabited continent on the planet. The Yea Wetlands discovery centre gives visitors a great insight to what makes it tick. Everyone who lives in this land of droughts & flooding rains would benefit...More

Thank John M
Reviewed November 2, 2016 via mobile

Cute, easy walk on the edge of town. Nice bridge, and can spot some birds, frogs, snakes etc If you pop by the tourist info, the ladies that helped us there (Rosemary and Jo) were fantastic.. they went above and beyond and couldn't have been...More

Thank Jessica D
Reviewed May 29, 2016

Out the back of the Discovery Centre, you can still get to the wetlands when the centre is closed. There is a loop track that can easily be done in 20 minutes and an extension on the back that will only add another 5 minutes...More

Thank Paul_n_Cris
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