About Panboola Wetlands
Panboola is an 82 hectare community-owned and managed wetland near Pambula, on the far south coast of New South Wales maintained for its significant coastal wetland and threatened ecological communities as an education and recreational space for the benefit of the community.
The site comprises billabongs, a tidal channel, mud flats and mangroves. It contains SEPP 14 wetland and threatened ecological communities including coastal saltmarsh and freshwater wetlands. Approximately 30 Hectares are utilized as grazing land for dairy cattle providing a perfect demonstration interface between agriculture and conservation. It also adjoins Ben Boyd National Park, and is in close proximity to Pambula Beach and Pambula Lake, a highly regarded oyster growing estuary.