The McLeod Country golf Club is set around the winding Mount Ommaney Creek. The course is home to many animals and bird life some of which are shown below.
The course is home for a large flock of Corellas, ducks, Ibis and Masked lapwing Plovers, and is a seasonal home to migrating Pelicans. A family of Apostle birds will delight you with their antics as they come to visit. On the 15th hole we are a refuge for two species of flying fox, the black faced and the red faced fruit bat. Within the waterways are an abundant variety of fish including some Japanese Carp courtesy of the last flood. Platypus have also been seen on occasion. The ecosystem of the creeks would not be complete without the regular sighting of snakes and lizards so beware as they include the Eastern Brown, Red Belly Black and Tiapan varieties.
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