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The Living Murray - Planned works in the Gunbower Forest

Gunbower Forest, situated on the Murray River floodplain downstream of Echuca, is an internationally important river red gum wetland complex. Spanning 20,000 hectares, the forest is home to many endangered plants and animals, such as the giant banjo frog and intermediate egret. Gunbower Forest also contains many sites of Indigenous cultural significance and is popular for recreational activities such as kayaking, fishing and bushwalking.