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Tasmania Local Guides

Inala Nature Tours

INALA NATURE TOURS is based on Bruny Island, an undeveloped, spectacular isle less than two hour’s drive south of Tasmania’s historic capital Hobart. Bruny is home to all of Tasmania’s endemic bird species and is widely regarded as one of the top birding hotspots in Tasmania. In addition to running …

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Interstate Tour Operators visiting Tasmania

Sicklebill Safaris

Sicklebill Safaris offers a number of birding and wildlife watching itinerary options in this beautiful island state depending on wish lists and the time available. We offer both scheduled departures and the opportunity for you to customise your own itineraries with our experienced guides. Alternatively let us help you develop …

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Follow That Bird

We specialise in birdwatching tours in and around Sydney and New South Wales, either arranged individually for overseas and interstate visitors or our regular departure tours. These tours offer you the chance to leave the city behind for a great day birdwatching in our unique Australian bush. Regular Tours Join …

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Bellbird Birding Tours

Bellbird Birding Tours specialises in top-quality small-group birding trips throughout all Australian states and beyond, led by passionate and experienced professional tour leaders. We work hard to ensure you see the birds you’re after! We offer a selection of scheduled tours as well as the option to tailor-make a private …

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Melbourne Birding Tours

We offer a range of small group/private set day tours as well as well as overnight and multi-day tours across Australia. We fully licensed, insured and certified with the Australian Tourism Accreditation Program. Our regular tour vehicle is a late model air-conditioned Toyota Landcruiser Prado. All our tours include: Pick-up …

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Australian Ornithological Services Pty Ltd

Australian Ornithological Services P/L has been visiting Tasmania for the best part of a quarter of a century. We tour late January/early February on our annual scheduled Tasmanian bird endemics and mammal tour as well as run private tours to the Apple Isle. We ferry over to Bruny Island for …

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