Lake Broadwater Self-Guided Drive and Bird Hide
At Lake Broadwater Conservation Park, south-west of Dalby, an unsealed road leads through woodland south-west of this naturally occurring lake. See some of the native vegetation communities that previously covered the local area before they were cleared for agriculture and grazing. Stop at the elevated bird hide to view wildlife on the neck of the lake.
Kangaroos graze in the shade beside Lake Broadwater
Lake Broadwater self-guided drive leads through cypress and eucalypt woodlands
The Lake Broadwater bird hide provides views over the secluded 'neck' of the lake
Lake Broadwater Self-Guided Drive and Bird Hide Full Itinerary
Lake Broadwater Self-Guided Drive
The Lake Broadwater self-guided drive is managed by the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service. For details contact the Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing.
Distance: 5 Kilometres
Mode of Travel: Car
Route Type: Return
Level of Difficulty
Children: Children are welcome. Supervise children closely - especially on the steep steps leading up into the bird hide.
Lake Broadwater Self-Guided Drive|
|Start from:||1040 Broadwater Road, Ducklo QLD 4405, Australia|
|End at:||1040 Broadwater Road, Ducklo QLD 4405, Australia|
- Head south on Broadwater Rd
Yes. Children are welcome. Supervise children closely - especially on the steep steps leading up into the bird hide.
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