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Highlights: The swamp is an important habitat for the cattle egret and numerous other bird species. The reserve also protects a historic quarry containing scientifically important 90-120 million-year-old sediments from ancient glacial thaw water.
Activities: The observation tower makes an excellent spot to watch birds in their natural state. Camping is not permitted.
Access: On the corner of Torrence and Warren Streets in Seaham township, 12 km north-west of Raymond Terrace.
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