Chittaway is a suburb on the south-western side of Tuggerah Lake. It has both lake and river frontage. The foreshore area around Chittaway can be a good spot to see a number of species. Buff-banded Rails can be common around the lake frontage. Striped Honeyeaters can often be found in the Casuarinas in the reserve at Chittaway Point.
Black Swan, Chestnut Teal, Grey Teal, Pacific Black Duck, Sharp-tailed Sandpiper, Bar-tailed Godwit, White-headed Stilt, Caspian Tern, Little Black Cormorant, Australian Pelican, Royal Spoonbill, Buff-banded Rail, White-bellied Sea Eagle Great & Little Egrets.
Australasian Darter, Black Bittern, Whistling Kite, Australian Wood Duck, Striped Honeyeater