Aboriginal name: "coombabah"/"koombabah" = land/home of the turtle; "koomboobah" = place of the cobra worms
Here a few photos taken at Coombabah Lakes Conservation Area on the Gold Coast, QLD. This mangrove- lined intertidal wetland is an important stop-over for migratory aquatic birds on the East coast of Australia.
Start of the boardwalk leading into the intertidal wetland (photo courtesy of A. Ross-Taylor)
Shining Flycatchers are one of the bird species that can be found in the wetland
We also spotted Mangrove Gerygones at the wetland (photo courtesy of A. Ross-Taylor)
Since we do not have a permit, photos from National Parks in QLD are not available for sale.