Southeast Queensland Birding
Buckley's Hole - Bribie IslandBuckley's Hole is a fantastic conservation park on the southern tip of Bribie Island. The site has a freshwater wetland, a shorebird and tern roost, and tropical swampy woodlands. This is one of the southern-most sites for Fairy Gerygone, and has had Pectoral Sandpiper and many other amazing vagrants recorded over the years. The wetland is good for rails and crakes, and is a potential site for Lewin's Rail, a much sought-after species in the region.
Getting ThereAccess is via bitumen road. Park on the road verge but be careful not to block traffic.
GPS Coordinates 27°5.592′S, 153°9.768′E