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Tabilk Wetlands and Wildlife Reserve

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Boat Trip on the Billabong

We lunched in the café (amazing!) then took a short and informative cruise and walk along the... read more

Reviewed 27 March 2017
justjans
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Traralgon, Australia
We saw a Turtle!

Before lunch a short walk around the Billabong only 700 metres, how beautiful and relaxing. Spotted... read more

Reviewed 7 December 2016
Pauline G
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Hampton, Australia
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10 Mar 2018
“Fairly small, but relaxing walks ”
26 Mar 2017
“Boat Trip on the Billabong”
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Reviewed 11 March 2018 via mobile

Several options to walk (up to say 8 km, or just stand on the wooden bridge over the Goulburn River). Peaceful environment through the billabongs, trees, water-plants and the edge of vineyards. We saw many types of birdlife. Boardwalks stop your feet getting wet! Also...More

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Hayley P, Manager at Tabilk Wetlands and Wildlife Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 14 March 2018

Thank you for writing this review for us. We don't often get people telling us about their wetlands experience so we really appreciate you made the effort! Thank you and see you here again.

Reviewed 27 March 2017

We lunched in the café (amazing!) then took a short and informative cruise and walk along the billabong. We were given just enough information regarding r-seeding, pest control, the various species of birds and land and water creatures the billabong supports, but not too much...More

Thank justjans
BMinchinton, Manager at Tabilk Wetlands and Wildlife Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 19 April 2017

Thank you for the positive review. We appreciate the feedback on length and depth of the information given in the guided tours.

Reviewed 7 December 2016

Before lunch a short walk around the Billabong only 700 metres, how beautiful and relaxing. Spotted fish, a large nesting black bird and a Turtle sunning itself. Unfortunately didn't spot a koala, but maybe next time. Looking forward to a longer walk on the next...More

Thank Pauline G
BMinchinton, Manager at Tabilk Wetlands and Wildlife Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 29 December 2016

Thank you for the review. There is lots to see on the wetlands walk, glad you did see some of the wildlife. Maybe more next time.

Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

Beautiful billabongs abounding with lilies, big old gums overhanging the water, a painters dream. Acres of very old gnarly grape vines at every turn. The replanting and protection of indigenous plants commendable. What a lovely day to spend a whole day discovering the best of...More

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BMinchinton, Manager at Tabilk Wetlands and Wildlife Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 29 December 2016

Thank you for the review.Not just a painter's ream, also a photographer's paradise,

Reviewed 7 May 2016 via mobile

Really beautiful place to visit. Enjoyed our walk after lunch at the cafe and wine tasting. Well maintained track with stunning views of wetlands and bird watching

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BMinchinton, Manager at Tabilk Wetlands and Wildlife Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 29 December 2016

Thank you for the review

Reviewed 10 March 2015

This whole area is very interesting and worth the detour. Bring your camera! Next time I'll allow more time.

Thank josanpu
BMinchinton, Manager at Tabilk Wetlands and Wildlife Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 29 December 2016

Thank you for the review. With all there is to see and do at Takbilk, it is easy to spend a 1/2 day here.

Reviewed 9 November 2014

This walk is available to anyone who visits Tahbilk winery in return for a gold coin donation. The walk can take as long at 90 minutes, is relatively easy and wends its way around the 8 kilometres of the Tahbilk Billabong. It's well sign posted...More

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Reviewed 19 June 2014

Great scenery, a natural wildlife sanctuary centred around billabongs and the Goulburn River. If it's running try to take the Eco friendly barge tour to see the bird life and the river gums.

Thank Michael W
Reviewed 7 May 2013

Interesting to hear how the company are making their land sustainable whilst on the water in comfortable boat, options to get off and on if you wanted to walk part of the way, an enjoyable way to spend an hour

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Reviewed 5 February 2013

A beautiful spot to take friends or family for lunch .It makes you feel like you are in the REAL Australia .So when we have guests from interstate or overseas we love taking them for lunch at the Wetlands .Also to a taste in the...More

Thank Trevor A
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