Korrongulla Wetland
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Korrongulla Wetland

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​Korrongulla Wetland is located in Primbee and contains of a series of interconnecting lagoons and wetlands that eventually drain into Lake Illawarra.
Despite varying uses of this land since European settlement including farming and tipping industrial waste, the site contains significant remnant vegetation.
 
The site is recognised as a Botanic Garden annex due to it containing 4 different endangered ecological plant communities, and is also home to range of fauna including the Black Bittern, Pink Robin and Green and Golden Bell frog – all listed as threatened under the NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act (1995)
 
Korrongulla Wetland can be accessed via Nicolle Road, Primbee
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