Art in the Landscape
Find out more about our story through the various art onsite.Read more
30 November 2018 Frogs are a vital part of our ecosystem and are great indicators of the success of our restoration efforts. Frogs add to our biodiversity and are an important part of the food chain for birds, snakes and fish. “One species that has been lost from our site and also regionally is the …Read more
If you’re a fan of nature and love your creature comforts then our lux camping (almost glamping!) is for you! Our luxury 5m bell tents are pitched within a short walk or bike ride to the Mokoan Hub & Café. (open 7 days, 9am-4pm) Our pitch perfect luxury camping is the perfect way to switch off …Read more
Tuesday 23 October Winton Wetlands is fortunate to play host to some interesting ‘heroes in half-shells’ including the Eastern Long-necked turtle (Chelodina longicollis) and Murray River turtle (Emydura macquarii). Turtles love to use the edges of the Wetland’s swamps for laying eggs and are known to travel between expanses of water which provide their food …Read more
If you’re looking for a unique venue to hold your meeting, function, conference or even a wedding, you can’t get more striking memorable than the Mokoan Hub & Cafe at Winton Wetlands. You will enjoy a distinctive atmosphere for you event – whether it be a small or large group. For your meeting or conference The …Read more
Around the world places once used for industrial or agricultural purposes are being redeveloped in ways that make them valuable community assets and economic drivers. The Winton Wetlands Project is one of the world’s most significant environmental, social and economic renewal projects, whether measured by its environmental ambitions, its social and cultural significance, or its sheer scale.
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