Illaweena Picnic Area is known for the extraordinary sound of frog calls that can be heard in the summer months. Situated in a beautiful eucalypt forest, Illaweena Picnic Area is surrounded by lily-filled lagoons, created by an overflow of water from Scrubby Creek. The lagoons do shrink during the dry season, however they remain moist and a diverse range of flora and fauna thrives in the conditions. A variety of water birds frequent the area, particularly in the wetter months, and turtles can be seen as they sneakily pop their heads out of the water for a quick look around.
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