Bird Watching Western Australia Endemics Adventure
This 7-day Birding Western Australia Endemics Tour is a relaxed-paced trip available as a set departure (or on request). You can expect to see around 100 endemic bird species, over 150 bird species in total, 10 mammal species and other unique Australian wildlife.
This Western Australia birding tour aims to find all endemic birds occurring in the scenic southwest corner of Western Australia in 7 days. These include many species of parrots and cockatoos as well as the notorious “skulkers”: Noisy Scrub-bird, Western Bristlebird and Western Whipbird.
This fully accommodated bird watching Western Australia tour begins and ends in Perth, WA and takes us from freshwater swamps and wetlands near Perth to the nearby Darling Ranges, through the famous Dryandra Woodlands and across the beautiful Stirling Ranges until we eventually reach the sandy heathlands of the south coast, home to the three “skulkers”. Further west we travel through extensive karri (eucalypt) forests and visit the Cape Leeuwin area before we return to Perth via Penguin Island with its Fairy Penguins and Bridled Tern colony.
The Birding Western Australia Endemics adventure is a small-group trip exploring a very pleasant area to be birding in with generally mild weather, good infrastructure, nice accommodation and beautiful scenery, yet a sense of adventure remains as we explore off-the-beaten-track locations.
In the karri eucalypt forests, we’ll look for Western Rosella, White-breasted Robin, Red-capped Parrot, Western Whistler and Western Corella; while exploring the dry woodlands we should add Malleefowl, Shy Heathwren and Purple-gaped Honeyeater. Long-billed (Baudin’s) and Short-billed (Carnaby’s) Black Cockatoo, Rufous Treecreeper, Western Yellow Robin, Gilbert’s Honeyeater, Red-winged and Blue-breasted Fairy-wren await us on this trip. Coastal birding is not forgotten with foraging seabirds visible from a headland, including the chance of the odd Albatross, a visit to a Bridled Tern colony and Rock Parrot, Red-eared Firetail and Western Fieldwren; we expect to see up to 150 species including all 15 endemics.
Birding Western Australia Endemics Tour highlights include:
- Watch the magnificent Short-billed Black Cockatoo munch on Banksia cones in the vast heathlands of the south coast
- Walk among the world's tallest trees in search of White-breasted Robin, Red-capped Parrot and Western Whistler
- Observe the elusive Malleefowl working its nest-mound in an endless area of man-high eucalypt scrub
- Visit Fairy Penguins and Bridled Tern colonies on an islet off of Perth
- Explore a very pleasant area with generally mild weather, good infrastructure, nice accommodation and beautiful scenery, yet a sense of adventure remains as we explore off-the-beaten-track locations
Please note: this tour is also available as a private tour on request and subject to availability. Please complete the enquiry form and let us know your preferred dates to travel.
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Alternative Tour Name: South-West Endemics Birding Tour
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|Tour Dates||Tour Availability||From Price||Spaces Left|
|21/11/2023 - 27/11/2023||available||AUD 4,499||