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Lake Bindegolly National Park

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Acacia ammophila trees are a feature of Lake Bindegolly National Park. Photo courtesy of Robert Ashdown.

Acacia ammophila trees are a feature of Lake Bindegolly National Park. Photo courtesy of Robert Ashdown.

Location

Between Cunnamulla and Thargomindah in far south-western Queensland.

What's special

A string of salt and freshwater wetlands at Lake Bindegolly National Park form an important wildlife refuge in the arid zone. The park is home to more than 195 species of birds, 80 other kinds of animals and 300 species of plants, including the gnarled tree Acacia ammophila which is threatened with extinction.

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Last updated
4 December 2012