The gardens are home to an incredibly diverse
range of bird species.
bottlebrushes and grevilleas attract thousands of native birds.
There is an almost continuous supply of nectar for lorikeets, honeyeaters, friarbirds and other nectar eaters.
afield in the untouched rainforests on Bakers Creek Station is found the rich and distinctive avian life of this type of ecosystem -
Regent bower birds, scrub turkeys and different fruit eating pigeons to
name a few.
In the higher reaches of the lake much of the
shoreline is vegetated with reed beds providing an ideal habitat for over 16
resident species of waterfowl and many seasonal visitors.
With birds of the wetlands, the rainforest, the grasslands
and the sclerophyll forest Bakers Creek is simply a birdwatchers