Mary River National Park Proofsheet

A Photo Gallery By Brigitte Seidl

The wide expanses of Mary River National Park protects part of the Mary River catchment, where floodplains, billabongs, woodlands, paperbark and monsoon forests provide visitors with excellent opportunities for wildlife watching, fishing, four-wheel driving, bushwalking and photography. You are likely to spot prehistoric looking saltwater and freshwater crocodiles, an amazing array of birdlife and an abundance of wildflowers. Not to forget the sunsets are stunning.

Darter drying his wings
Darter drying his wings
wetland billabong
wetland billabong
water lilies
water lilies
Australian Pelican
Australian Pelican
wetland billabong
wetland billabong
Saltwater Crocodile sunbathing
Saltwater Crocodile sunbathing
Freshwater Crocodile
Freshwater Crocodile
Whistling Ducks wandering
Whistling Ducks wandering
Buffalo
Buffalo
Wallabies jumping
Wallabies jumping
cockatoos
cockatoos
purple sunset over wetland billabong
purple sunset over wetland billabong


Mary River National Park Details

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Caption List:

Photo 1. Darter sitting in dead tree drying his wing in the evening sun

Photo 2. Picturesque wetland billabong, blue waters, water lilies, blue sky, clouds

Photo 3. Perfect water lilies, light purple

Photo 4. Australian Pelican swimming in wetland billabong

Photo 5. Wetland billabong in late afternoon sun, shades of green, reflections

Photo 6. Saltwater, Estuarine Crocodile sunbathing on Wildman Billabong bank, refelctions

Photo 7. Freshwater Crocodile, Freshie, at Wildman Billabong

Photo 8. Whistling ducks wandering along wetland billabong bank

Photo 9. Buffalo grazing in open woodlands

Photo 10. Wallabies jumping on floodplains

Photo 11. Cockatoos enjoying a shower

Photo 12. Purple sunset over wetland billabong, stunning reflections