Mangroves at Macleay Island

Koonwarra Street Macleay Island

Macleay Island is rich with mangroves. They edge the island and at almost every location you can see mangroves and mud flats. The mangroves provide blossom for bees, and there are mud crabs where you place crab pots, and the waters are rich with turtles, dugongs and also dolphins and a variety of fish.

There is Corroboree Park at the end of Scott’s Road and also Pats Park where the mangroves are adjacent to the Swimming enclosure

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