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Currawinya National Park in southwestern Queensland is home to globally significant wetlands that attract thousands of waterbirds and migratory shorebirds. With over 200 bird species, large kangaroos, and reptiles, wildlife watching here is a breathtaking experience. The park also has a greater bilby population enclosed in a 25 square kilometre predator-proof fence, but this area is not open to the public.
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Currawinya National Park in southwestern Queensland is home to globally significant wetlands that attract thousands of waterbirds and migratory shorebirds. With over 200 bird species, large kangaroos, and reptiles, wildlife watching here is a breathtaking experience. The park also has a greater bilby population enclosed in a 25 square kilometre predator-proof fence, but this area is not open to the public.