Eubenangee Wetlands

Eubenangee Wetlands

Enjoy a Eubenangee Wetlands tour as part of your Wooroonooran Safaris Day Tour

The Eubenangee Wetlands is truly a nature-spotters haven. As one of the most important wetlands in Tropical North Queensland, it plays home to over 190 species of birds.

Located in Wooroonooran Park east of the Bellenden Kerr Range, Eubenangee Wetlands is an important habitat for wetland birds. The National Park consists of swampland, rainforest and grassland. As a matter of fact, there have been nine unique habitats observed. This includes the last remaining combination of vine forest, grassland, paperback swamp forest and sedge occurring on nutrient-rich basaltic alluvium¹.

The unique range of ecosystems mean that over 190 species of birds have been recorded in the area.  The swamp area is often inhabited by resident and migratory waterbirds. You may even spot a lurking crocodile!

Take an adventure walk through this natural crocodile breeding habitat. Learn all about the amazing breeding cycle of this reptilian beast. Enjoy the spectacular views over this magnificent wetland. Enjoy birdwatching for Jabirus, Whistling ducks, Egrets, Rainbow Bee Eaters and many other bird species, including migratory birds.

Eubenangee Wetlands Tour With Wooroonooran Safaris