Lake Seppings

Overview

Lake Seppings offers plenty of lookouts, seating areas and even a camouflaged bird hide for twitching.

In Brief
  • Perfect For: Kids & Families, Day Time, Exercise Lovers, Wheelchairs / Impaired
  • Season: January, February, March, April, November, December, May, October, June, July, August, September
  • Type: Free, Major Attractions, Natural Wonders
In Detail

 

Lake Seppings Bird Walk

This easy 2.7 kilometre return walk around Lake Seppings is popular with birdwatchers – it’s is home to over 100 species, including white ibis, yellow-billed spoonbill and the white-faced heron. There are plenty of lookouts, seating areas and even a camouflaged bird hide for twitching. The gravel trail surface and boardwalks are wheelchair accessible. The lake is situated in a nature reserve and is regardedas one of the best places to bird watch (particularly water birds). It is surrounded by a mixture of reeds and bullrushes. Lake Sepping has been dubbed 'The place of the longneck tortoise" by the local indigenous Australians.


 

 

 

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