Map of Corridor with (7) habitat areas
The Lee Point Biodiversity Corridor (2.2 sq km) is part of Darwin’s last wildlife corridor, the North Darwin Wildlife Corridor (27 sq km). It has more habitats than any park in the Top End with the exception of Kakadu National Park (19,000 sq km) and is one of the richest biodiversity areas in Darwin.
All the photos below were taken in the Lee Point Biodiversity Corridor.
Area 1 – Coastal habitat
Area 2 – Mangrove habitat
Area 3 – Monsoon forest habitat
Area 4 – Woodland habitat
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