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Woodbury Wetlands | Central Queensland Towns and Places

Woodbury Wetlands

Cycling   Hiking   Lookouts

Just north of Yeppoon on the Capricorn Coast lie thousands of hectares of wetlands and rainforest, which provides a breeding ground and home to native birds and wildlife.

Surrounding the townships of Farnborough and Woodbury, this magical ecosystem of forests and marshes extends to Corio Bay and Byfield.

Accessing the Woodbury Wetlands

The wetlands can be accessed from several points along the Yeppoon-Byfield Road. Kelly's Landing Road and Sandy Point Road through the back of Mercure Resort are the best access points.

In dry conditions, the roads are accessible by 2WD but the roads are very rough. In some places, tides and rainwater runoff can quickly cut roads, so 4WD's are recommended.

Definitely check road conditions before heading off to explore the wetlands.

Photo Gallery: Woodbury Wetlands

Mercure Capricorn Resort Golf Course
Mercure Capricorn Resort Golf Course
Iwasaki Wetlands, Capricorn Coast
Iwasaki Wetlands
Iwasaki Wetlands, Capricorn Coast
Iwasaki Wetlands
Iwasaki Wetlands
Iwasaki Wetlands
Iwasaki Wetlands
Iwasaki Wetlands
Tree skyline at Woodbury along Kelly's Landing Road
Kelly's Landing Road
Tree skyline at Woodbury along Kelly's Landing Road
Kelly's Landing Road
Tree skyline at Woodbury along Kelly's Landing Road
Woodbury Wetlands

If you enjoy exploring, you can find additional places and towns to check out on the Central Queensland Places page.

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Have a brilliant day,

Andrew Thompson.



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