More details on Lake Awoonga coming soon.
The National Park is just as rich in wildlife as it is in its birdlife. With plenty of protective shelter, abundant fresh food and water, many insects, animals, reptiles and amphibians are supported and flourish. Animals like platypus, kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, possums, the endangered bandicoot, quoll, echidna, gliders, bats, green tree frogs, and so many more are at home in the region. There are also many types of butterflies in the area. The diversity and uniqueness of this place is not to be missed, spare a day or two from fishing to explore
A great way to enjoy all of these amazing creatures is to go bushwalking. The lake’s edge has many landscaped tracks for walkers to explore, you need not cover the same ground twice.