Friday, December 16, 2011

Toora Bird Hide



















Built by a work gang from Won Wron prison, the Toora Bird hide and board walk is located at the end of Toora Jetty Road, on the edge of Corner Inlet Marine National Park. Migratory waders are summer visitors including Eastern Curlews which were quite visible today.


The surrounding area is made up of mud flats and mangroves, with many varieties of grasses and sedges. Outstanding views of Wilson's Promontory, Barry Beach, Yanakie and the Toora windfarm can be seen from the car park.
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