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Morton National Park covers an area of about 350,000 hectares and is located in the east of Australia. Morton National Park is in NSW.
Towns, villages or cities in and around Morton National Park include the town of Basin View (show me), the village of Tomerong (show me) and the village of Fishermans Paradise (show me).
Morton National Park borders the following other reserves: Flat Rock State Forest, McDonald State Forest, Meryla State Forest, Wingello State Forest, Yadboro State Forest, Yerriyong State Forest, Budawang National Park, Budderoo National Park, Bungonia State Conservation Area, Conjola National Park, Jerrawangala National Park and Meroo National Park.
Bonzle users sighted or observed the following birds in Morton National Park: australasian grebe, australian hobby, australian king-parrot, australian magpie, australian owlet-nightjar, australian pelican, australian raven, australian wood duck, bassian thrush, beautiful firetail, bell miner, black swan, black-faced cuckoo-shrike, black-faced monarch, black-fronted dotterel, black-shouldered kite, brown cuckoo-dove, brown gerygone, brown goshawk, brown honeyeater, brown thornbill, brown-headed honeyeater, brush bronzewing, brush cuckoo, buff-rumped thornbill, channel-billed cuckoo, cicadabird, collared sparrowhawk, common bronzewing, common myna, crescent honeyeater, crested pigeon, crested shrike-tit, crimson rosella, darter, dollarbird, dusky moorhen, dusky woodswallow, eastern bristlebird, eastern spinebill, eastern whipbird, eastern yellow robin, eurasian coot, european goldfinch, fan-tailed cuckoo, flame robin, fuscous honeyeater, gang-gang cockatoo, glossy black-cockatoo, golden whistler, great cormorant, green catbird, grey butcherbird, grey currawong, grey goshawk, grey shrike-thrush, ground parrot, hoary-headed grebe, hooded plover, intermediate egret, large-billed scrubwren, laughing kookaburra, leaden flycatcher, lewin's honeyeater, little black cormorant, little lorikeet, little pied cormorant, little raven, little tern, little wattlebird, logrunner, magpie-lark, masked lapwing, masked owl, mistletoebird, musk duck, musk lorikeet, nankeen kestrel, nankeen night heron, new holland honeyeater, noisy friarbird, noisy miner, olive-backed oriole, pacific black duck, painted button-quail, pale-headed rosella, pallid cuckoo, peregrine falcon, pied currawong, pilotbird, powerful owl, purple swamphen, rainbow bee-eater, rainbow lorikeet, red wattlebird, red-browed finch, red-browed treecreeper, regent honeyeater, restless flycatcher, rockwarbler, rose robin, rufous fantail, rufous whistler, sacred kingfisher, satin bowerbird, satin flycatcher, scarlet honeyeater, silvereye, sooty owl, southern emu-wren, spotted pardalote, spotted quail-thrush, spotted turtle-dove, square-tailed kite, straw-necked ibis, striated fieldwren, striated pardalote, striated thornbill, stubble quail, superb fairy-wren, superb lyrebird, tawny frogmouth, topknot pigeon, turquoise parrot, varied sittella, variegated fairy-wren, wandering albatross, wedge-tailed eagle, welcome swallow, white-bellied sea-eagle, white-browed scrubwren, white-browed woodswallow, white-eared honeyeater, white-faced heron, white-headed pigeon, white-naped honeyeater, white-throated gerygone, white-throated needletail, white-throated nightjar, white-winged chough, willie wagtail, wonga pigeon, yellow thornbill, yellow-faced honeyeater, yellow-rumped thornbill, yellow-tailed black-cockatoo, yellow-throated scrubwren and yellow-tufted honeyeater. Is this list accurate? Are you a keen bird watcher? Have you been bird watching in Morton National Park? What species of birds have you seen? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here. For a comprehensive flexibound field guide to Australia's birds try Birds of Australia: Eighth Edition.
Bonzle users have said that the facilities in Morton National Park include bbq facilities and picnic tables. Do you know of other facilities available in Morton National Park? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
Bonzle users have reported that Morton National Park is a good place for 4wd driving, camping, canoeing and rock climbing. Do you know of other recreational activities in Morton National Park? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
Do you know whether any feral animals, insects and weeds have invaded Morton National Park? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.
Tolwong Mines There are 19 places with pictures within Morton National Park: Tolwong Mines, Billy Bulloos Crown, Mount Cole, Crooked Falls, Monolith Valley, Shrouded Gods Mountain, The Castle, The Ettrema Mine, Pigeon House Mountain, Talaterang Mountain, Coal Mine Falls, Kangaroo Hill, Little Forest Plateau, Tianjara Falls, Diggers Flat Mine, Granite Falls, Wandandian Mine, Fitzroy Falls and Belmore Falls
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