Australia

Australia has a unique avifauna with some 250 endemic birds, 8 endemic families and a total of over 800 species. With very little north south migration apart from shorebirds and a handful of New Guinea migrants, most Australian land birds can be seen nowhere else. Because few visiting birders have unlimited time for exploration, we have developed a number of tours designed to maximise the variety of habitats and therefore the number of birds to be seen in geographically manageable areas. We also offer specialist tours for photographers and family hunters and our Companion Bird Tours offer you a chance to see the relatives of your pet birds in the wild. Please enquire if you are after a particular bird in an out of the way place and we can arrange an itinerary for you.

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Best time to visit:All year round
Popular Locations: Cape York, Cairns, Brisbane, Tasmania

Tours in Australia

    Outback Queensland

    8 Days

    This 8 day birding tour takes you to the dry interior of western Queensland offers a good range of dry country species including three grasswrens! During the dry season when there is little standing water in the bush, the dry country birds are…

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      The Tropical North – Wet Tropics

      6 Days

      A one week birding trip exploring this great destination. You can choose whether you wish to look at all aspects of natural history or concentrate on a specific one such as birding. This tour visits the wide variety of habitats…

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        Queensland Top to Bottom

        21 Days

        Starting in the Tropical North this 21-day tour begins in Iron Range we drive down Cape York to the Wet Tropics area around Cairns before flying down to the south east of Queensland around Brisbane and the Lamington plateau. From here we driving west over to…

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          Budgies of Boulia

          4 Days

          A short 4 day birdwatching tour into the Outback of Western Queensland. During the dry season when there is little standing water in the bush, the dry country birds are drawn to the dams which have been put in for…

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