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Warringine Park & Bittern Coastal Wetlands Boardwalk

Walk Difficulty This popular boardwalk showcases the southern-most mangroves in the world, with plenty of bird-life and good views to French Island. The trail is shared by cyclists and walkers, and runs from Western Port marina in Hastings to Jack’s Beach in Crib Point.

This trail passes through Warringine Park. Warringine has a wide variety of ecosystems, including mangroves, coastal wetlands, riparian vegetation and healthy woodlands. It is also home to over 100 different bird species, 13 species of reptiles, 12 species of fish, 22 species of mammals, and many invertebrates. Several interpretative signs feature along the boardwalk, describing various features of the Wetlands and their inhabitants.

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    40 Salmon Street
    Hastings Victoria 3915
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