Surrounded by the harshness of the East Kimberley landscape is this amazing oasis thriving with birdlife and local history. This area has cultural significance to the local Miriwoong and Gajirrawoong people.
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Parry’s Lagoons Nature Reserve and Marglu Billabong — 15km south of Wyndham off the Great Northern Highway
The wetlands of the Nature Reserve provide an important feeding and breeding area for many birds.
In addition to the wetland of the Ord River flood plain, this 36,000ha reserve includes grasslands, woodlands and rugged sandstone out-crops and ranges.
Marlgu Billabong features a boardwalk and shaded bird hide to take in the sights and sounds, the birds and maybe even a crocodile. Interpretive display boards assist in identifying the surroundings and help to appreciate the importance of this wetland area.