Birding Locations Bowra Wildlife Sanctuary situated just NW of Cunnamulla in central southern Queensland has >200 bird species and includes nine threatened species. Broome Bird Observatory is located on the north-west coast of Australia on the shores of Roebuck Bay: Just 25 kilometres east of the town of Broome and some 2,400 road kilometres north of Perth. Eyre Bird Observatory is on the site of the old Eyre Telegraph Station, 50km SE of Cocklebiddy, W.A. Gluepot Reserve, c. 50km north of Waikerie, S.A. is a birdwatchers' paradise with 190 species recorded including 6 that are nationally threatened. Newhaven Wildlife Sanctuary, c. 365km NW of Alice Springs is renowned as a key arid zone bird watching destination. Waite Conservation Reserve in the Adelaide Hills face zone remains the best surviving example of Grey Box Grassy Woodland. Woorabinda Bushland Reserves are a cluster of four reserves at Stirling, S.A.