About this walk
The Edithvale – Seaford Wetlands are the largest remaining examples of the Carrum Carrum Swamp. The habitat is a listed Ramsar site – a wetland site of international importance.
It’s a vital haven that supports populations of the threatened Australasian Bittern. 190 bird species inhabit the swamp including Great Egret, Baillon’s Crake, Lewin’s Rail and White-bellied Sea Eagle. 38 migratory species visit the area.
The site includes an Environmental Discovery Centre.
Pram Walks user, Beck, writes
“The Seaford wetlands loop around a long distance and is very peaceful.
The flat path is perfect for prams, cyclists and joggers. Dogs must be on a leash. If you prefer something shorter you can turn back at any time.”
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