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The TYTO Precinct is the largest urban wetland rehabilitation project in Australia. The area is home to over 230 species of birds, a growing wallaby population and numerous tropical plant species. Spread over 120 hectares, the site is a must-see when you visit the Hinchinbrook region.
The Precinct was named after the Tyto Capensis (or the Eastern Grass Owl), and if you’re lucky, you might even get a chance to spot one at dusk from the Precinct’s observation deck.
The Precinct is home to the TYTO Regional Art Gallery, where you can view exhibitions by local and travelling artists. Whilst you’re in Ingham make sure you drop into the TYTO Information Centre where you can learn more about the Tyto bird and find further information about the wetlands.
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