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Halifax Bay Wetlands National Park

Park features

Halifax Bay Wetlands National Park is recognised by the World Conservation Union (IUCN) as an area ‘of concern’. The coastal lowland area supports salt meadow/herbfield vegetation with highly-saline alluvial soils. The wetlands provide a habitat for wildlife, including migratory birds, and are nursery grounds for fish, mud crabs and prawns. There is no public access to Halifax Bay Wetlands National Park. The park boundaries are surrounded by freehold or leasehold properties, through which access is not permitted. There are no roads, walking tracks, campgrounds or facilities.


20 kilometres south of Ingham

What's special

This national park protects 772 hectares of saltmarsh and mangrove ecosystems. It is not accessible to the public.

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Location of Halifax Bay Wetlands National Park within Queensland

Last updated
15 September 2016