Thongs and Queenslanders in the Aussie snow 2018 – DAY TWELVE
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Nagambie to Tarcutta (342km 3.18hrs)
1. NAGAMBIE to WONGA WETLANDS 216km, 2.14hrs – 2377 Riverina Hwy, Splitters Creek NSW 2640
small wetland area with a pleasant, easy walk with some lovely bird hides. We did the 45min Red walk trail, which had a nice mix of scrub and wetland and a good view of lagoons 3 & 5
Wonga Wetlands is renowned for its rich biodiversity. It’s home to a wide variety of plant and animal species, including many native and migratory birds. Birdwatching enthusiasts can find numerous bird species, making it a haven for bird photography and observation.
The wetlands consist of a diverse range of ecosystems, including lagoons, billabongs, swamps, and woodlands. These diverse habitats support various flora and fauna, making it a fantastic place for ecologists and nature enthusiasts.
My photos went missing so this is off https://www.visitalburywodonga.com/operator/wonga-wetlands/ but happens to be the tree I actually had taking photos of.
2. WONGA WETLANDS to TARCUTTA 138km, 1.24hrs
We were going to stop the night at Gundigie but instead pushed on to the Free camp at Braeden Sports Ground in Tarcutta. The best entry is the laneway on the north side of Ampol which is on your left just as you enter the town on Sydney St. We parked between the tennis courts and the creek. Went for a walk across the creek bridge and found an interesting farm to take photos…. and not sure what to say about this particular shop front decoration…. I believe it is up for lease hahaha
Didn’t want to finish the day on buts, so this is a van I found on our walk around town