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Jawbone Flora and Fauna Reserve, Melbourne

Jawbone Flora and Fauna Reserve - Melbourne, Australia
Jawbone Flora and Fauna Reserve
Sandpiper Place, Melbourne, VIC 3016Map
+61 3 8627 4699
Neighborhood: Williamstown
Overview

Nature and bird lovers will be fascinated by this coastal salt marsh reserve located only five kilometers from the city center. Inhabited by pelicans and migratory wading birds, this complex natural ecosystem is one of only two salt marsh communities in metropolitan Melbourne. Walk or cycle along the boardwalk to explore the area without disturbing the vegetation. It provides a fascinating contrast to the cafe lifestyle of inner Melbourne. he ferry from either St Kilda or Southgate is a good alternative to the train and bus for travelers dependent on public transport. Admission is free.

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