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Returning to the Fitzroy River

21 days ago   |   By 10,000 Birds

After camping by the Fitzroy River for Grant's birthday on April 24th we returned for a night after my birthday trip. As you can see in the header photo the river level had dropped considerably in two weeks. According to the river height website the level was down 50cm at Willare Bridge, which is upstream from there. The below photos also show you the new water level after two weeks.
New water level of the Fitzroy River
As you can see there are now areas for birds to land in front of where we camp. There is a substantial drop-off, so we are protected from crocodiles too. With the change in...
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