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Quibray Bay

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Adjacent to Quibray Bay is one of a few parcels of the Reserve which exist on the mainland of the Kurnell Peninsula. The mudflats/sandflats are frequented by waders. The degree of weed infestation is high in this area with Bitou Bush being the main problem, followed by Pampas Grass and Lantana.  There are also rusty bodies of various machines and engines as well as some of litter lying on the mudflats and amongst the mangroves.

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