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Jerrabomberra Wetlands

Darter on a birdwatching tour
Spiders at Jerrabomberra Wetlands
Jerrabomberra Wetlands Boardwalk Kelly's Swamp
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Darter on a birdwatching tour
Spiders at Jerrabomberra Wetlands
Jerrabomberra Wetlands Boardwalk Kelly's Swamp
Working on clay sculpting

Overview

Jerrabomberra Wetlands is a nature reserve located near the Canberra CBD. This novel ecosystem is steeped in history, from World War 1 training trenches to its links to Parliament House.

Home to a significant diversity of birds, Jerrabomberra Wetlands is widely considered one of the best birdwatching sites in Canberra.

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2 Dairy Road, Fyshwick, Australian Capital Territory, AustraliaGet Directions

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“Highly Recommended”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 7mos ago by Teeens

I loved this guided bird walk. It involved an easy stroll around one of the loops, and we stopped at various places, including about 4 hides, to use our binoculars (they provide a pair if you don’t...

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“Definitely - do a bird watching tour”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 1yr ago by JuJuMizzle

Bird watching tours are great - on a Saturday morning once every month or so at 9:30am - a gentle stroll around the bird hides learning about the different types of ducks and birds, and how the...

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“dry af”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 1yr ago by flylover2018

not even properly wet. too dry for my liking. id even go so far as to call it a dryland! LOL! very limited range of swamp animals to eat, not many tadpoles at all (probably because its so dry...

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