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Townsville Town Common Conservation Park

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Jennifer And Bernard
Jennifer And Bernard
February 15, 2019
Beautiful scenery, walking and great for native bird watching. there are hides set up to view wildlife from in this park.
Katrina
Katrina
March 27, 2018
Great for bird watching
Aline
Aline
May 14, 2017
Dirt road going all the way into Pallarenda. Stop along the way to go up the lookout tower and soak in the amazing views of the flood plains, spot some birds and other wildlife. There is a bird watching hideout at the end of the road. Bring mozzie spray :)
Ruth
Ruth
May 8, 2015
2 min drive to a famous Birdwatching wetland area here in Townsville
Luen
Luen
October 2, 2013
See our local birdlife in this national park. There are plenty of bird walking stations to sit, relax and take photographs.

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Ubicación
Townsville, QLD 4810
Teléfono13 74 68