The Southern Riverina is a birdwatcher’s paradise - its wetlands, lagoons, lakes and forests are home to over 150 species of birds. Keep watch for endangered birds in a strategically placed bird hide, or take your binoculars and go picnicking and paddling by the river. See how many of these feathered friends you can spot.
Popular Bird Watching Locations IN THE SOUTHERN RIVERINA:Edward River Council area: Murray Valley National Park, Edward River, Billabong Creek, Deniliquin Island Sanctuary, McFaull Park Bird Hides, Werrpanakata Fish Park.
Murray River Council area: Mathoura Reed Beds Bird Hide, Moama Horseshoe Lagoon, Moama Wetlands, Gunbower Island State Forest, Barham, Barham - Moulamein Road Bird Hide, Yanga Lake Redgum bird hide.
Berrigan Shire area: Berrigan Tank Paddock Bird Hide, Finley Lake, Thompsons Beach, Cobram, Quinn Island Wetlands’ Sanctuary, Barmah National Park, Chinaman’s Island, Yarrawonga, Kinnaird’s Wetland, Numurkah.
Murrumbidgee Council area: Murrumbidgee River, Coleambally Forest Reserve, Willbriggie Regional Park, Jerilderie Lake, Jerilderie Nature Reserve, Cuba State Forest, Darlington Point, Goanna Walking Track, Darlington Point.
Hay Shire: Saltbush & Cottonbush Shrublands, River Red Gum Forests & Woodlands, Black Box Woodlands, Boree and Cypress Pine Woodlands.
Lockhart Shire: Brookong State Forest, Galore Hill Nature Reserve, The Rock Nature Reserve, Tootool Wetland, Mundawaddery TSR and Cemetery, Milbrulong School Forest, Munyapla Settlement, Pleasant Hills.