With so many remote and diverse landscapes, it is no wonder that Lorella has so many varieties of wild birds.
From the unexplored and wild gulf coastline, hundreds of kilometres of fresh water creeks estuaries and rivers, thick scrub, open savannah, swamps, billabongs and lagoons through to the more rocky mountainous country with remote escarpment and hidden springs abundant with life where possibly no white man has ever set foot.
In the past 15 years since we have opened Lorella to the public, 160 different species of birds have been spotted and recorded – during our 2014 season alone, 10 new species were found and added to our list! However, I am still waiting with fingers crossed for someone to find me a Carpentaria Grass Wren 🙂
So take your chance at finding new species or just enjoy the diversity of those we have with the help of our mud maps and directions supplied by our staff as well as our very comprehensive Lorella Springs Bird Watching List below.