Bulloo and Diamantina rivers

Country/Territory Australia
Area 0 km2
Altitude 0 - 0m
Priority -
Habitat loss -
Knowledge -

General characteristics

The Bulloo river is an isolated drainage system in north-west New South Wales and south-west Queensland, and the Diamantina river is in south-west Queensland and north-east South Australia. These two widely separated localities are home to Grey Grasswren Amytornis barbatus (races barbatus and diamantina), which inhabits patches of seasonally swampy grassland and shrubland. The habitat does not appear to have been degraded by pastoralism, the main land-use, and is under no immediate threat (Garnett 1993).

Restricted-range species

Species IUCN Category
Grey Grasswren (Amytornis barbatus) LC

Important Bird Areas (IBAs)
IBA Code Site Name Country
Bulloo Floodplain Australia
Diamantina Floodplain Australia
Goyder Lagoon Australia
Lake Machattie Area Australia

Threat and conservation

Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2018) Endemic Bird Areas factsheet: Bulloo and Diamantina rivers. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 21/10/2018.