Bird Walk, Giralia Station

Overview

The Bird Walk on Giralia Station has a variety of bird life that includes bustards, finches and pigeons.  There are remnants of a working property with lane fencing for moving sheep from paddock to paddock.  It is an easy 3.4km loop.

Butcher bird at Giralia Station

Butcher bird

Photo Credit: Ray Roberts


About the Trail

The walk is over flat ground with a maximum of a 2-metre rise and is well sign posted.  There are rest stations on all walks. The wildflowers are abundant in late winter and spring (August to October). The property has stunted wattle, buffel grass, spinifex, blue bottlebrush and snake wood trees. Giralia Station was a sheep station on the Exmouth Gulf. 


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