Croajingolong National Park

Wildlife thrives in Croajingolong National Park, a World Biosphere Reserve, where more than 300 bird species, 52 mammal species and 26 reptile species have been identified. Eagles and falcons swoop above the coastal heathlands; lorikeets and cockatoos feed in the woodlands and forest; and 40 species of migratory seabirds and waders flock to the wetlands. Many hollow-bearing trees provide refuge for possums, yellow-bellied gliders, owls and bats. Large goannas often stalk the campgrounds and Gippsland water dragons can be seen at sites such as Genoa Falls.

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