The Narrabri Lake was transformed by volunteers from swamp land into a recreational playground for swimmers, canoeists, picnickers and windsurfers. For the energetic at heart take the 3km walking…
The Narrabri Lake was transformed by volunteers from swamp land into a recreational playground for swimmers, canoeists, picnickers and windsurfers. For the energetic at heart take the 3km walking/cycle track which loops the Lake. For bird watchers the islands, located at the southern end of the Lake, are a haven for local and migrating birds. The Lake attracts a wonderful array of birds. Black swans and cygnets can often be seen feeding amongst the reeds. There are picnic tables and BBQ facilities at the Mooloobar Street end of the Lake.
Another popular feature of the Narrabri Lake is the Pirate Park which is also located at the southern end of the lake. The park's newly established playground is very popular with the younger members of the family and includes BBQ facilities, shaded picnic tables and public toilets.... the only down side is they won't want to leave!!
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