Home to more species of waterbird than any other wetland in south western Australia.
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Lake Toolibin is a fresh-brackish wetland that fills from surface run-off. It is almost permanent, containing at least 1m of water about 70 percent of the time, but it occasionally dries out and may receive no inflow for a year or two. 41 species of waterbird have been recorded here, with 24 species breeding in the reserve.
There are no visitor facilities in the reserve.
This information was provided by the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions: dpaw.wa.gov.au