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Morisset picnic area

Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area

Overview

Morisset picnic area is located in Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area. For your own safety, please don't feed the kangaroos or approach them as they are wild animals and can become aggressive.

Type
Picnic areas
Where
Eucalyptus Drive, Morisset, NSW, 2264 - in Lake Macquarie State Conservation Area

Kangaroos are wild animals. Please don't feed them as this can lead to them becoming unhealthy and very aggressive. Many people have been injured by kangaroos at this site as a result.

Please note that there are no toilets at the picnic area. The nearest public toilets are located at Morisset Park on Macquarie Road, or on Dora Street in Morisset. Morisset Hospital facilities are not accessible to the public so please don't enter the hospital grounds.

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  • For your own safety, please don't feed the kangaroos or approach them closely, as they can become aggressive.
  • Kangaroos are wild animals so please don't feed them as this can lead to them becoming unhealthy.
  • Remember to pack your binoculars if you want to go bird watching for sea eagles and cormorants
  • For your own safety, please don't feed the kangaroos or approach them closely, as they can become aggressive.
  • Kangaroos are wild animals so please don't feed them as this can lead to them becoming unhealthy.
  • Remember to pack your binoculars if you want to go bird watching for sea eagles and cormorants
  • For your own safety, please don't feed the kangaroos or approach them closely, as they can become aggressive.
  • Kangaroos are wild animals so please don't feed them as this can lead to them becoming unhealthy.
  • Remember to pack your binoculars if you want to go bird watching for sea eagles and cormorants
  • For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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