Lee Point Biodiversity Corridor


Map of Corridor (yellow line) with (7) habitat areas and DHA project area (red line)

The Lee Point Biodiversity Corridor (Corridor) has significant areas of old-growth forest and is one of the richest biodiversity areas in the Territory based on its number of bird species. It has more habitats than any park in the Top End with the exception of Kakadu National Park and is an important part of the Darwin’s last wildlife corridor (28 sq km) …. read more

Birds are a practical indicator of biodiversity. In terms of number of bird species, the Corridor (2.2 sq km) has 75% of Kakadu National Park (19,000 sq km).

Map of Darwin wildlife corridor (in green)


Images from Lee Point Biodiversity Corridor in (7) habitat areas


Area 1 – Coastal habitat


Area 2 – Mangrove habitat

Area 3 – Monsoon forest habitat

Area 4 – Woodland habitat

Woodland Flowers


Woodland fungi




Area 5 – Woodland habitat

Butterflies and moths


Grass finches in 2022

Cockatoos, parrots and lorikeets


Area 6 – Freshwater habitat and dam



Area 7 – Rainforest and grassland habitat