Moot Yang Gunya Swamp
The Moot-Yang-Gunya Swamp is fed with water from the Nalang Creek. There is water in it two out of every three years and it fills approximately once every seventh year. The swamp helps feed the underground water system. In the 19th Century there were two saw mills for log cutting.
There are many birds and animals living in and around the swamp. Examples of birds include three or four different types of Ducks, Swans, Moorhend, Herons, Night Herons, Spoonbills, Galah, Whistlers, Red Robins, Silver Eyes, Weebills, Paralotes, Regent Kingfishers and Kookaburras.
Some other wildlife are brown snakes, yabbies, lizards (Sleep Lizards and Bearded Dragons) and of course, rabbits.
Be sure to allow time to follow the walking trail before continuing your trip eastward on the highway into Bordertown.