Ngauwudu Visitor Area — Ngauwudu (Road) Zone
This is a significant national wetland and home to two endemic frog species. Ngarli (paperbark) is the dominant tree with many aquatic insect-eating plants. The wetland is fenced to protect its biodiversity from feral animals.
This is a Wunggurr (danger) site and traditional Law ground with a permanent Yawal (waterhole) with many bush tucker resources: Gunduli (agile wallaby), Jebarra (emu), Barnarr (bush turkey), Warrmuna (possum) and Warnaji (sugarbag).