Meg Forbes is a mum, freelance writer, and photographer living in the Redlands, South of Brisbane.
Published March 1st 2020
Photograph birds and wildlife along well developed tracks
The Beveridge Road Creek Corridor at the mouth of Eprapah Creek provides a mixture of paved paths, bush tracks, boardwalks, and bridges through a conservation area that is frequented by many birds as well as wallabies and other wildlife.
Torresian kingfisher above the mangroves at Eprapah Creek
In all, despite the relatively short distance of the walk, the tracks at Beveridge Road Creek Corridor provide excellent opportunities for bird watching and photography, and a number of platforms to stand quietly on for an even better view.
Beveridge Road Creek Corridor is also an official "Bird place of the Redlands". A brochure with more information on this and other places recommended for bird watching in the Redland City area is available at Redlands Coast Tourist Information Centres, such as that at Raby Bay Harbour on Shore St West in Cleveland.
Bird Places of the Redlands
Sunscreen, insect repellant, drinking water, and a hat are recommended for this outdoor activity.