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Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Birds of Queensland - #2 - Mooloolaba Region'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Birds of Queensland - #2 - Mooloolaba Region'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Birds of Queensland - #2 - Mooloolaba Region'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Birds of Queensland - #2 - Mooloolaba Region'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Birds of Queensland - #3 - Bli Bli'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Birds of Queensland - #3 - Bli Bli'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Birds of Queensland - #3 - Bli Bli'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Birds of Queensland - #3 - Bli Bli'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Birds of Queensland - #3 - Bli Bli'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Birds of Queensland - #3 - Bli Bli'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Birds of Queensland - #3 - Bli Bli'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Birds of Queensland - #3 - Bli Bli'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Birds of Queensland - #3 - Bli Bli'
Picture relating to New South Wales - titled 'Birds of New South Wales - #11  Moree'
Picture relating to New South Wales - titled 'Birds of New South Wales - #11  Moree'
Picture relating to Nooramunga Marine And Coastal Park - titled 'Nooramunga Marine And Coastal Park'

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    Nooramunga Marine And Coastal Park

    contributed by TrevorColvin, taken on 30 June 2019
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    A 29,000 hectare marine and coastal park which combined with Corner Inlet marine and coastal park totals 57,000 hectares of delicate coastline set aside for the ecology. Nooramunga is also home to thousands of wading birds which migrate from the northern hemisphere every year and the critically endangered Orange Bellied Parrot which arrives every year from Tasmania.

    The site is also part of Victoria's largest Ramsar listed wetlnads

    This picture is also part of the Bonzle Parks (open in new window) photo collection.