- Location: Long Bay Hills, Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands
- Hours of Operation: Monday-Sunday: 8:30am-4:30pm
Bird Rock Point is located at the southeastern most point of Providenciales and is bordered on three sides by residential and commercial developments, a conch farm to the north and marina development to the south.
One of the last remaining undeveloped areas on Providenciales and is dominated by low lying coastal coppice vegetation with some interesting rocky seashores and sandy coves on the coastal area. There is some limited coral reef development just offshore and the remaining area is sea grass beds.
Red mangroves are found in a large area of shallow water that is of high importance for its ecological productivity. The mangroves are an important source of nutrients and provide shelter for many juvenile species of fish associated with this area.
Bird Rock Point is an attractive area of coastal “coppice” habitats once widespread in Providenciales. It is home to a good variety of native wildlife, with great potential for the development of simple access for visitors and educational groups. It will appeal to nature lovers and walkers, offering an alternative to beaches and water-based activities within a short distance of the main resorts. It will also provide opportunities for local people to connect with the native flora and fauna is a natural setting, including families.