Beelbi Creek Reserve
- Natural areas
Beelbi Creek Reserve boasts 102 acres of remnant wetland, rare Melaleuca cheelii trees and vulnerable wallum froglets (Crinia tinnula).
The white-bellied sea-eagle which is subject to an international migratory bird agreement and other significant fauna species identified on the site include the Near Threatened square-tailed kite, black-necked stork and eastern curlew.
A large amount of quality habitat is present for small to medium ground mammals including variable good quality understorey over much of the site. A large number of medium to large hollow bearing habitat trees are also present. Fauna values are increased due to the variety of regional ecosystems present, large size of the area coupled with contiguous vegetation on adjoining properties and the lack of invasive weeds present.
Beelbi Creek Reserve is located on Pialba Burrum Heads Road, Beelbi Creek.
Birds recently spotted:
Lot 2 Pialba Burrum Heads Road
Beelbi Creek, QLD, 4659