Australia is a unique country in so many ways and wildlife tours in Australia will take you to see animals you cannot find anywhere else on Earth. Well-known marsupials such as kangaroos, Koalas, wallabies and Wombats can be taken for granted, but a good local wildlife guide can also introduce you to some of the more elusive creatures of bush and rainforest such as Ring-tailed Possums, Platypus, Lace Monitors, which are also known as Goannas, flying foxes and Tasmanian Devils....
Australia is a unique country in so many ways and wildlife tours in Australia will take you to see animals you cannot find anywhere else on Earth. Well-known marsupials such as kangaroos, Koalas, wallabies and Wombats can be taken for granted, but a good local wildlife guide can also introduce you to some of the more elusive creatures of bush and rainforest such as Ring-tailed Possums, Platypus, Lace Monitors, which are also known as Goannas, flying foxes and Tasmanian Devils.
For birdwatchers, wildlife holidays in Australia are a delight. This is a country where you can witness flocks of Budgerigars thousands strong visiting a water hole, or Malleefowl with their curious nesting mounds well camouflaged in the scrub. Perhaps you have been inspired by David Attenborough’s Natural World documentaries to seek out a Satin Bowerbird or get a glimpse of a Superb Lyrebird. Or you have ambitions to add every species of grasswren to your life list. Whatever your birding desires, there are wildlife tours in Australia that will help you fulfil them.
For divers and snorkelers, the coral reefs of Australia are some of the best in the world. And because the country’s coastal waters are on major migration routes for Humpbacks, Southern Right and Blue Whales, as well as Whalesharks, a whale-watching boat trip from any of the major Australian cities can be a thrilling experience. Not only will you enjoy encounters with some amazing cetaceans, you might even get to see the biggest seabird of them all, the Wandering Albatross with a wingspan that can reach 3.5 metres!
Whether you want to spend a day wildlife watching as part of a wider-ranging Australian holiday, or you want to dedicate your whole two weeks to exploring the natural wonders the country has to offer, there will be a wildlife tour to suit your available time and budget.
View Tours below to learn more about the amazing nature trips available before contacting a local wildlife specialist to book your ideal wildlife tour in Australia.
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