Birdwatching in Tenterfield
Tenterfield Shire encompasses a large area that is home to abundant native wildlife and fantastic and diverse birdwatching. We are on the top end of New England Tablelands of New South Wales. The Shire reaches onto the lowlands of the Clarence River to the east and the Beardy River to the west. This mix of eastern lowlands, sub-alpine (over 1600m), sub-tropical and warm temperate rainforest and dry western woodlands provides many habitats.
For bird-watching in Tenterfield itself we have areas that include Tenterfield Park, Tenterfield Dam, Currys Gap and Mt McKenzie.
In the north areas include our National Parks of Bald Rock, Boonoo Boonoo National Park, Basket Swamp Natioinal Park and Boorook State Forest. To the East is Timbarra and to the West is Mole Station, Roseneath Staton and Reedy Creek Road.
This is a sample only of the many areas idea for diverse birdwatching.
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Tenterfield NSW 2372