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Nestled in the heart of Bundaberg, Baldwin Swamp Environment Park is a true gem waiting to be explored. Enjoy walkways and pathways revealing wetlands, rainforests, vine forests, grasslands or eucalyptus forests as you meander through this beautiful oasis – just within walking distance of the CBD! Take two easy entrances off Steindl St opposite Steptoe St or George Street before becoming immersed in wildlife spotting opportunities with waterbirds inhabiting ponds; doves and quails dashing around on ground level; finches and fairy-wrens soaring above your head; Dollarbirds & Rainbow Bee-eaters delighting from high up while Bazas & Goshawks are nesting nearby.
Baldwin Swamp Environment Park offers a wide variety of flora and fauna. With over 150 species recorded before the floods, an hour’s stroll is enough to observe around 40-50 different species as it gradually regains its previous diversity.
What to do at Baldwin Swamp Environment Park
Baldwin Swamp Environment Park offers an idyllic escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Stroll through forests, meander over waterways, and take in the delightful scents of Eucalypt trees as you enjoy the natural peace and quiet. The park is home to thousands of waterbirds that make use of its wetlands for breeding, feeding, or roosting grounds – perfect for birdwatchers! Bicycle riders can also explore the many pathways throughout this magnificent reserve before settling beneath a shady tree at Lake Ellen Heritage Hub to picnic with family or friends.
Experience the serene beauty of Baldwin Swamp Environment Park! Take a tranquil stroll through rolling pathways and lushly-trimmed grass as you observe some of nature’s most exquisite wildlife. From magpie geese to ducks to cormorants, this peaceful spot is sure to delight any visitor looking for peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
One local company in Bundaberg that is involved in this tourist attraction;
Address: 27 Perry St, Bundaberg North QLD 4670
Phone: (07) 4158 6758