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Billai Dhagun Walking Track

Billai Dhagun Walking Track
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Project overview

Embark on the Billai Dhagun trail, a journey that unfolds from the heart of the Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre, a stone’s throw north of Brisbane. This captivating 2km path invites you on an intimate exploration of the wetlands’ diverse ecosystems, weaving through delicate casuarinas, vibrant rust-coloured marshlands, dense mangroves, expansive salt flats, and the iconic paperbark tea trees. Along the way, pause at a secluded bird hide for a glimpse of life along Cabbage Tree Creek, and discover indigenous totems by artist Ron Hurley, each telling a story of the land and its inhabitants.

Crafted in harmony with nature, the Billai Dhagun trail was brought to life through a conscientious, phased approach. Our team’s respectful touch preserved the wetland’s integrity, removing outdated structures to make way for a subtly elevated path. This careful balance of development and preservation ensures that every step taken on the trail is a step towards sustaining the wetland’s future.

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