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Coombabah Lake Nature Reserve

The Coombabah Lake Conservation Park is a nature reserve that is a wetland on the Gold Coast, just a short drive north of Surfers Paradise.

The Coombabah Lake Conservation Park protects over 2500 acres of a lowland coastal habitat and houses over 125 species of Australian wildlife.

Coombabah Lake Nature Reserve Boardwalk & Map, Qld

The park itself forms part of the Moreton Bay Marine Park and it has been recognised as being internationally important to conservation efforts by the United Nations through designation as a Ramsar protected wetland.

Within the park, you will certainly see plenty of wildlife including kangaroos and koalas as well as a large variety of birds. From the boardwalk, visitors can see across to the Coombabah Lake’s western shore, an undeveloped lake habitat where the bird watching is excellent.

There are a number of walks you can take within the Coombabah Lake Nature Reserve including: the Koala Track and the Kookaburra Track. All tracks are easy walks and suitable for people with moderate fitness as well as children.

Address
Shelter Road
Coombabah, QLD

Operating Hours
24hrs

Phone
(07) 5582 8211

Email
[email protected]

Ticket Prices / Admission
Free

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