Take time to experience the tranquillity of the Narromine Wetlands. Located on the Narromine/Tullamore Road, just on the outskirts of town the wetlands provide the idea place for a quiet picnic or a brisk walk.

This natural storm water catchment area has been reconstructed to act as a filter for incoming runoff and provides a perfect habitat for an abundance of birds, frogs and other wetland inhabitants. Narromine Wetlands continues to attract more and more wildlife and is becoming a fantastic bird watching location.

Birdlife of the Central West from our Waterways to Woodlands

A number of birds found in this area include;

  • Wedge tailed Eagle
  • Little Eagle
  • Whistling Kite
  • Nankeen Kestral
  • Black-shouldered Kite
  • Sacred Kingfisher
  • Yellow-billed Spoonbill
  • Noisey Friarbird
  • White Faced Heron
  • Grey-crowned Babbler
  • Brown Treecreeper
  • Common SterlingNoisey Miney
  • Red Wattlebird

Narromine Rotary Club and Narromine Shire Council have worked in partnership to enhance facilities at the wetlands and the area is now a popular location for locals and visitors alike.