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Osprey House Environmental Centre - Yali Moyum Trail

Griffin, Moreton Bay Area

Ospreys, Brahminy, Whistling Kites and White-breasted Sea Eagles regularly roost. It has a purpose built raptor platform with television monitoring from within the House. Boardwalks overlooking South Pine River, lead through mangroves, mud flats, salt marsh flats and a bird hide. Children can use this trail to go plaque rubbing, simply ask one of the Volunteers to give you some paper and crayons.

Journey Details

Duration
0.33 Hours
Distance
0.5 Kilometres

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking/Trekking
Dohles Rocks Road
Griffin, Moreton Bay Area
Queensland
Australia

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Ospreys, Brahminy, Whistling Kites and White-breasted Sea Eagles regularly roost. It has a purpose built raptor platform with television monitoring from within the House. Boardwalks overlooking South Pine River, lead through mangroves, mud flats, salt marsh flats and a bird hide. Children can use this trail to go plaque rubbing, simply ask one of the Volunteers to give you some paper and crayons.

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Route Details

Route Type
Circuit
Level of Difficulty
Level 1: Suitable for the disabled with assistance
Mode of Travel
Walk

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