Mary River Wetlands holidays

The Mary River is located 90 km east of Darwin and has a catchment area of predominantly freshwater wetlands extending over 1,300 sq km. The Mary River Wetlands are a variable environment with seasonal changes in vegetation cover and wildlife species due to the big contrasts between the wet season (November – April) and the dry season (April – October).

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