(Photographs all taken in or near the park)

Because Wonboyn is surrounded by forest and wilderness, visiting nature lovers are guaranteed their fill of native birds, animals and flora.

The area is home to over one hundred bird species, a wide variety of which are seen regularly here in the park - even shy lyre birds wander about in winter, digging up the gardens!  Not so wild are our "resident" rainbow lorikeets, king parrots and crimson rosellas which can be hand fed - in fact they insist on it!  Bird seed can be obtained at the office or the store - please be aware that it is detrimental to the health of native birds and animals to feed them "human" foods.

A number of native animals also visit or live in the park, and the Nadgee Wilderness is of course home to many more - you will see kangaroos and wallabies, bandicoots, goannas, plenty of possums and even the occasional wombat and bandicoot.