Red Centre Birdwatching in Australia Tour
This 6-day Birding Australia tour is a leisurely-paced trip available as a set departure (or on request) trip in the Red Centre outback. You can expect up to 150 bird species of birds, including approximately 80 endemics and other unique Australian wildlife species. This exceptional Australian birdwatching tour will take you to the centre of the Australian Outback from the town of Alice Springs. Surrounded by a variety of habitats and iconic destinations such as Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the Olgas, it is a great area for a few days’ birding.
Using Alice Springs as a base, this Red Centre Australian birding adventure will take you through a variety of habitats in search of many exciting bird species. We take daily trips out to different areas targeting enigmatic birds. Species such as Dusky Grasswren, Rufous-crowned Emu-wren, Spinifexbird, Grey Honeyeater, Chiming Wedgebill, Western Bowerbird, Spinifex Pigeon Painted Finch and Grey Falcon are on the menu!
"The Red Centre of Australia is amazing and Bellbird's tour there is just what we wanted. A great combination of birding and nature appreciation in a spectacular landscape. We enjoyed our time with the nice small group and capable guide. " - Rae & Alan.
We’ll travel on remote outback gravel roads to King's Canyon, while a noble Wedge-tailed Eagle slowly lifts off the (unsealed) road ahead of us. Here we stay at a comfortable lodge on the edge of the canyon with its ever-changing hues of red as the sunsets. Walking around the canyon should get us up & close to the elusive Dusky Grasswren. The final part of our Red Centre birding Australia trip leads us out to see Uluru (Ayers Rock) and its resident Sandhill Grasswrens. Who knows, we might even find the majestic Major Mitchell's Cockatoo seen feeding on seeds on the ground...
Birdwatching in Australia couldn't get any more iconic than this. The Red Centre evokes a sense of adventure, remoteness and awe-inspiring vast landscapes, inhabited by some of the world's most remarkable bird species. It’s a small group tour of like-minded people (max. 8 participants); all-inclusive, fully guided, departing from and returning to Alice Springs. There’s no ‘roughing it’ on this tour. We’ll be staying in comfortable en-suite accommodation. July-August is the perfect time to explore the outback as the weather is generally mild. Expect to see around 150 species, including many of the local specialities, some great scenery and a comfortable trip mostly on sealed roads.
This Australian birding tour includes a visit to see one of Australia's famous natural landmarks: Uluru (Ayers Rock), where Sandhill Grasswrens skulk in the spiky Spinifex grass surrounding the rock. We’re offering a seamless connection to our preceding and subsequent tours with instant discount!
Birding Australia Tour Highlights include:
- Some of the world's most iconic outback bird species: Dusky Grasswren, Rufous-crowned Emu-wren, Spinifexbird, Grey Honeyeater, Chiming Wedgebill, Western Bowerbird, Spinifex Pigeon, Painted Finch...
- Marvel at huge flocks of Budgerigars wheeling through the outback sky chased by the enigmatic Grey Falcon while secretive Grasswrens run about the sand dunes and the stately Brolga Crane struts about in the Red Centre outback.
- Birding Australia couldn't get any more iconic than here. The Red Centre evokes a sense of adventure, remoteness and awe-inspiring vast landscapes, inhabited by some of the world's most remarkable bird species.
- Watch Dusky Grasswrens run around the edge of Kings Canyon: no bird species better evokes a sense of the Australian outback than the elusive Grasswrens.
- Watch the sunset over one of Australia's famous natural landmarks: Uluru (Ayers Rock), which takes on ever-changing shades of red as the light fades.
If you'd like to have a look at other tours, check out the South-West Endemics Australian Birding Tour.
Alternative Name: Red Centre Birding Tour