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Birdwatching in Victoria

A directory of Victorian birdwatching tours, birdclubs, freelance-guides, bird-orientated accommodation and reference information.

Accommodation 

Victorian based Tour Operators & Tours

Local Guides, Day Tours & Charters

Boat & Pelagic Tours


Interstate Tour Operators
visiting Victoria
Victorian Bird Clubs & Societies, & Other Bird Info Sites

Victoria Little Desert Nature Lodge Little Desert Nature Lodge Richard Nowotny & Diana Bryant Firetail Birdwatching Tours Frog Gully Cottages Box-Ironbark Birding Box-Ironbark Birding The Melbourne Birder Paul Hackett Tours

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Birding Specific Accommodation

 

Little Desert Nature Lodge

Little Desert Nature Lodge is a premium destination for travellers who have an interest in environmental education, ornithology, wildlife and landscapes. With over 220 species of bird recorded in the Little Desert National Park, the area is rapidly becoming one of Victoria's favourite bird watching and wildlife hot spots!

The lodge is an environmental study centre with a 20 year background of research on the Malleefowl, an endangered genus of the mound building megapode. The property is owned by the Little Desert Flora and Fauna Foundation, a non-for-profit environmental foundation.

The Little Desert Nature Lodge offers various accommodation options, including ensuite rooms and powered campsites. There are several tours available, with experienced guides specialising in personalised bird and wildlife tours (pre-booking required) and other educational tours. Many self-guided walks are on offer from the property. Located midway between Melbourne and Adelaide only 16km south of the Western Highway.

A minimum two night stay is recommended to truly appreciate and experience the region's natural attractions.
Web page: http://www.littledesertlodge.com.au

Phone: 03 53 915232 (International +61 3 915232)

Fax: 03 53 915217 (International +61 3 915217)

Email: info@littledesertlodge.com.au

 

Frog Gully Cottages

At Frog Gully Cottages in Longford, Victoria, there are two self-contained cottages specially designed to take advantage of superb wetland views. The contemporary colourbond cottages each have 2 bedrooms with their own bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen with microwave and cooktop, and a spacious lounge/dining area.

The wetlands are home to an abundance of birdlife water birds include pelicans, black swans, egrets, herons, coots, moorhens, ibis and spoonbills. Birds of prey include Wedge-tailed Eagles, White-bellied Sea-Eagles, Swamp Harriers, kites, hawks and kestrels. There is a local bird list in the cottages, and bird books and binoculars are supplied.

There is a very healthy frog population which springs into life when the wetland floods in winter. In a natural cycle the area dries out in summer, enabling visitors to walk through to the river where yet another environment can be enjoyed.

Longford is in the heart of Gippsland, being only 24 kms from the famous Ninety Mile Beach, and around 40 kms from the mountains. The Holey Plain Park is over the road from the cottages, and features coastal vegetation including banksias and heathland scrub. The Tarra Bulga Park is about an hour away, with a totally different environment, of tree fern gullies and tall eucalypts. Gippsland is a truly magnificent part of Australia and has a wide variety of natural and cultural features for the visitor to enjoy.

Visit our web-site to hear the frogs and see photos of our beautiful wetland.

Website: www.froggully.com.au

Email: ann@froggully.com.au

Frog Gully Cottages
Lot 2419 Rosedale Rd
Longford, Victoria

PO Box 441, Sale
Victoria
3850

Ph: (03) 51497242
Fax: (03)51497691
Mobile: 0439369057

 

Accommodation Box-Ironbark Birding

Located on a 257 ha Trust for Nature covenanted property near Nagambie, in the heart of Victoria’s Box-Ironbark country, this property is just 2 hours drive north of Melbourne. The property is adjacent to the Heathcote-Graytown National Park and is managed for wildlife conservation purposes. It features:

  • Over 130 recorded bird species including resident Crested Bellbirds, Diamond Firetails, Hooded Robins, Peregrine Falcons and Wedge-tailed Eagles, as well as regular visitors such as Swift Parrots and various Cuckoo species
  • Wonderful Spring wildflowers and native orchids
  • Abundant native wildlife including Sugar Gliders and Yellow-footed Antechinus
  • 3 BR solar powered house built from local stone with magnificent views of Mt. Black

Indulge yourself in the wonderful variety of birds in this unique ecosystem. Manfred’s extensive knowledge of the birds and natural history will reward you with an unforgettable experience.

For accommodation and personalized tour enquiries, please contact the owner

Manfred Ruff - Mob. +61 (0) 408 548 840
Email: boxironbarkbirding@bigpond.com

Birdwatching Clubs and Other Interesting Sites

 

Birdlife Australia

http://www.birdlife.org.au
Birdlife Australia (also known as Birds Australia/the Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union) is one of this nation's oldest conservation organisations. BA is dedicated to the understanding, conservation and enjoyment of Australia's wild, native birds. Our quarterly magazine is 'Wingspan'.
Email: info@birdlife.org.au

 

Birdline Victoria
http://www.eremaea.com/BirdlineRecentSightings.aspx?Birdline=1

 

The Field Naturalists Club of Victoria (FNCV)
http://home.vicnet.net.au/~fncv/
Was founded in 1884, and continues as a vigorous and practical advocate of conservation and the study of natural history to this day. The Club has over 600 members and publishes the bimonthly magazine 'The Victorian Naturalist'.

 

Bayside Branch of Bird Observers Club
http://www.cohsoft.com.au/bayboca/
BAYBOCA is the Bayside Branch of the Bird Observers Club of Australia. Our aim is to promote responsible birdwatching as an enjoyable recreation which leads to increased knowledge about Australian birds and a better understanding of their habitat needs, in the bayside area of Melbourne, Australia.
We have 10 meetings and 10 outings per year. Each meeting features a guest speaker, door prize, and supper. Our outings take us to the varied bird and wildlife habitats in our area.

 

VORG (Victorian Ornithological Research Group)
http://home.vicnet.net.au/~vorg/lecvorg.htm

VORG has approximately 60 members with a wide range of backgrounds including professional ornithologists, students, computer programmers, botanists, statisticians, etc. The objectives of the group are: To promote and encourage the study of all aspects of bird life by any means, including: field studies; participation in the Australian Bird and Bat Banding Scheme; co-operation with the National Parks and Wildlife Division of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources or its equivalent for the time being.

To encourage and assist in the publication of the results of such work. To provide a meeting place for discussion groups, the reading of papers and social activities. To make provision for the retention of field records, diaries and other relevant documents. To co-ordinate the activities of groups engaged in work consistent with the above objects. To co-operate with persons or organisations having interests similar to those of VORG.

Meetings and Journal: Monthly Meetings are held on the 1st Wednesday of each month, starting 8pm at Arthur Rylah Institute, 123 Brown Street, Heidelberg. Visitors welcome.

Journal, VORG Notes, published twice a year.

To Join: Membership details are available from the:

Secretary and Treasurer:
Spencer Unthank
133 Graydens Road
MOOROODUC 3933
Phone 03 5978 8340

Editor and Webmaster:
Brian Goyen
6 Myrtle Court
EAST DONCASTER 3109
e-mail:
brian.goyen@optusnet.com.au


Birds Australia (Victoria Group)
http://www.babblersnest.com

 

Birdline Victoria
http://www.birdline.cjb.net/

 

Birding in the Echuca District
http://users.mcmedia.com.au/~stocky/boca_echuca.html

Local Guides, Day Tours and Charters

 

Little Desert Nature Lodge

Sharon Bone and Mark Fletcher


Little Desert Nature Lodge is a premium destination for people who have interests in desertscapes, in environment education, in ornithology, or in seeing native Australian fauna in its natural habitat. It is study centre with a 20 year background of research into the lowan bird or Malleefowl, an endangered genus of mound building megapode indigenous to the area. Owned by the Little Desert Flora and Fauna Foundations (a not for profit Environmental Foundation). Accommodation and tours are available.

The Little Desert Lodge offers a range of stop over facilities as well as accommodation for the traveller. It has a camping ground, powered caravan and motorhome sites, and sheltered outdoor BBQ facilities. There are 24 ensuite units, and 16 bunk rooms, each sleeping 4 people.
Specialised birding and nature based tours are available. Full catering available.

The Little Desert Nature Lodge is located 16km from Nhill, a town which is half way along the interstate highway between Melbourne and Adelaide.
Web page: http://www.littledesertlodge.com.au

Little Desert Nature Lodge
PO BOX 202
Nhill Vic  3418

Phone: 03 53 915232 (International +61 3 915232)
Fax: 03 53 915217 (International +61 3 915217)
Email: info@littledesertlodge.com.au

 

Richard Nowotny & Diana Bryant


A "young" middle-aged professional couple who regularly bird locally, interstate and overseas and enjoy showing visiting birders around their home town of Melbourne and further afield in Victoria - when their other commitments permit. (No charge - the hospitality we receive on our own travels is more than sufficient.)

Weekends are preferable, although weekdays may also be possible.
Please call or email to explore possibilities or to ask for advice or assistance.
Phone: Home (61) 03 9645 6870 Mobile 0438 224456 (Richard)
Email: richard.nowotny@bigpond.com



Simon Starr's Firetail Birdwatching Tours

Firetail Birdwatching Tours, operated by Simon Starr, is Victoria's longest running specialist bird guiding company.

A wide range of itineraries are offered from half a day to over a week, specialising in birding and nature tours across the entire state of Victoria and adjacent New South Wales. The Birding Victoria website aims to assist visiting birders in finding south-eastern Australia's special birds whilst also offering full details of potential tours.

A huge amount of information is listed on birding sites and individual species, plus there are links to a wide range of relevant websites and resources. Victoria is the smallest mainland state but one of Australia's best kept secrets, where around 400 bird species occur and it is possible to visit all of southern Australia's important habitat types within just a few hours driving. From temperate rainforest to semi-arid woodlands and plains, the range of experiences is spectacular.

Whether you only have time for a half day visit to the world renowned wetlands at Werribee near Melbourne, or wish to fully explore the region in a week or more, we can organise a birding tour for you. All inclusive group package deals are also offered.

Our relaxed and friendly tours are run on a simple ethos - to focus on you, so that you can focus on the birds.

For further information visit http://www.birdingvictoria.com.au

Email Simon at:

sandastarr@bigpond.com

Mobile Phone: + 61 (0) 438 520 780

 

 

Local Guide Box-Ironbark Birding

Located on a 257 ha Trust for Nature covenanted property near Nagambie, in the heart of Victoria’s Box-Ironbark country, this property is just 2 hours drive north of Melbourne. The property is adjacent to the Heathcote-Graytown National Park and is managed for wildlife conservation purposes. It features:

  • Over 130 recorded bird species including resident Crested Bellbirds, Diamond Firetails, Hooded Robins, Peregrine Falcons and Wedge-tailed Eagles, as well as regular visitors such as Swift Parrots and various Cuckoo species
  • Wonderful Spring wildflowers and native orchids
  • Abundant native wildlife including Sugar Gliders and Yellow-footed Antechinus
  • 3 BR solar powered house built from local stone with magnificent views of Mt. Black

Indulge yourself in the wonderful variety of birds in this unique ecosystem. Manfred’s extensive knowledge of the birds and natural history will reward you with an unforgettable experience.

For accommodation and personalized tour enquiries, please contact the owner

Manfred Ruff - Mob. +61 (0) 408 548 840
Email: boxironbarkbirding@bigpond.com

 


Local Guide The Melbourne Birder

Steve Davidson, The Melbourne Birder, has an extensive knowledge of the birds that can be found in the Greater Melbourne region which he has gained over a thirty year period. Steve would like to offer this experience to other birders visiting the area. Offering tours and guiding to all of the various habitats and special locations that can be found around the southern part of Victoria, Steve is regularly able to find upwards of 130-140 species in a day.

We visit wet forest, dry forest, heathlands, wetlands, coastal and marine habitats, and regularly see species such as White-throated Nightjar, Pilotbird, Beautiful Firetail, Chestnut-rumped Heathwren, Purple-gaped Honeyeater, Lewin's Rail, Southern Emu-wren, Rainbow Bee-eater, Pink Robin, Rufous Bristlebird and Cape Barren Goose to name a few.

At The Melbourne Birder we also travel further afield and can organise trips to other parts of Victoria if required.

Contact Steve for a day's birding you won't forget...

5 Ross Street
Newport
Melbourne
VIC 3015

Mobile phone: 0431 530 631

URL: themelbournebirder.com

email: info@themelbournebirder.com

 

 

Local Guide Paul Hackett Tours

We offer a full days birding covering several habitats to maximise the number of species seen. Travel in spacious air-conditioned vehicles as you are guided to birding hot spots while every effort is made to locate the species that you want to see.

The day includes;

  • Hotel transfers (pick-ups can be arranged for anywhere in the Melbourne metropolitan area)
  • Full catering (let us know if you have any special dietary needs)
  • Use of a Swarovski 80hd Spotting Scope
  • Fully customised tours can be arranged. Contact us with the areas you would like to visit or the species you would like to see and we will do our best to cater for your needs.

    Contact us at: melbournebirding@gmail.com

    Website: www.melbournebirding.com

    Phone: 0414 355 146

    Boat & Pelagic Tours

    Australian Pelagic Home Page
    A page dedicated to those with an interest in pelagic bird watching, photography and whale-watching. Offering some interesting information on what can be seen around oceans of Australia. Pelagic trips have been departing from a number of ports around Australia for many years now. For information on these take a look at the Pelagic Directory. All of these pelagics are operated on a non profit basis and provide much valuable information about our little known seabirds.
    http://www.tonypalliser.com
     

    Pelagic trips from Port Fairy, Victoria
    run on the first Sunday of every month. All trips for the remainder of 2003 are fully booked.

    Contact Mike Carter:
    Email: pterodroma@bigpond.com
    Ph: 03 9787 7136    International: + 61 3 9787 7136   for further details.

    Rohan Clarke (at: rohan@wildlifeimages.com.au)
    may be able to arrange one-off charters for eight or more people (max 12) although several months notice is required to organise the vessel. Trips are weather dependant and cost varies depending on the number of participants.
     


    Victorian Based Tour Operators and Tours

     

    Simon Starr's Firetail Birdwatching Tours

    Your Victorian Birding Specialist, guiding in the region since 2002.

    Firetail Tours offer birding trips right across the state of Victoria, from the semi-arid mallee woodlands in the north-west to the temperate rainforests and wet sclerophyll forests of the southern mountainous areas.

    Plains Wanderer spotlighting tours are a speciality.

    We cater for the serious birder wanting to see the rarest species through to casual or beginner birdwatchers. Each tour is custom designed to your requirements and current conditions.

    We focus on you so that you can focus on the birds.

    Check out our website for lots of info on the birds and habitats of the region, plus potential itineraries and tour costs, at
    http://www.firetailbirdwatchingtours.com

    or email Simon at:

    sandastarr@bigpond.com

     

     The Melbourne Birder

    Steve Davidson, aka The Melbourne Birder, has gained an extensive knowledge of birds in the Melbourne region for over 30 years now, and would like to offer his experience to other birders visiting the area. Steve offers tours and guiding to all of the various habitats and special locations that can be found around the southern part of Victoria, and is more than happy to tailor a trip to suit your needs.

    We visit wet forest, dry forest, heathlands, wetlands, coastal and marine habitats, and regularly see species such as White-throated Nightjar, Pilotbird, Beautiful Firetail, Lewin's Rail, Southern Emu-wren, Pink Robin, Rufous Bristlebird and Cape Barren Goose to name a few. At The Melbourne Birder we also travel further afield and can organise trips to other parts of Victoria if required.

    Contact Steve for a day's birding you won't forget...


    5 Ross Street
    Newport
    Melbourne
    VIC 3015

    Mobile phone: 0431 530 631

    URL: themelbournebirder.com

    email: info@themelbournebirder.com

     

    Interstate Tour Operators visiting Victoria

    Australasian Ornithological Services Pty Ltd

    Australian Ornithological Services (formerly Inland Bird Tours) started in Deniliquin in the southern Riverina area of N.S.W. 15 years ago.
    The main focus of those tours was the Plains-wanderer. While the Plains-wanderer is still our flagship species we have increased our repertoire to include all States of Australia and New Zealand, specialising in difficult skulkers and nocturnal birds.
    We are the inland specialists for serious birders. We endeavour to ensure that the whole group see the birds and not just a lucky few.

    Tour leader, Philip Maher, is interested in all aspects of natural history.
    The Strzelecki Track 2000 trip report and other trip reports can be found at:
    http://www.philipmaher.com/main.htm

    Patricia Maher Australian Ornithological Services P/L
    P.O. Box 385
    South Yarra Victoria 3141
    phone/fax: +61 3 98204223
    mobile 0417310200
    Email: enquiries@philipmaher.com
    http://www.philipmaher.com/

     


    Birding Tours Australia

    Birding Tours Australia operates many different trips around Newcastle, The Hunter Valley and Sydney. We can also organise tours around New South Wales, anywhere in Australia or in fact anywhere around the world. All our tours can be conducted at a pace to suit your needs from relaxed to extreme, but all will concentrate on locating as many species as possible across various habitats.

    If you have specific destinations within Australia or target species we can organise a custom tour to accommodate your needs.

     


    Sicklebill Safaris

    Sicklebill Safaris arranges bird and wildlife orientated tours throughout Australia. We specialise in customised private tours for individuals and small groups either with our experienced guides or will help you set up your own self guided tours through our tour arranging service. We regularly visit most of the major birding areas in Australia including the Eastern Seaboard, The Northern Territory, Tasmania, Western Australia, and the desert and mallee regions of the south.

    Please visit our website at www.sicklebillsafaris.com for further information and feel free to contact us if you have any queries. We are happy to make suggestions and work with you to set up the best tour possible for your interests and budget.

    Phil and Sue Gregory
    Cassowary House, PO Box 387, Kuranda, Queensland 4881

    Phone Intl: 61 7 4093 7318 Within Australia: 07 4093 7318
    Fax Intl: 61 7 4093 9855 Within Australia: 07 4093 9855
    Eddress:
    sicklebill@optusnet.com.au

     

     

    WILD WATCH AUSTRALIA with experienced professional naturalist, Jonathan Munro.

    Personalised bird watching and wildlife excursions for individuals and groups. Excursions can be fully accommodated and are tailored to your interests. Destinations include Cape York, Lakefield and Iron Range, Georgetown and the Western Gulf Savannah, Darwin, Kakadu and Litchfield NPs, Lamington NP, Tasmania, Victoria and most other notable birding areas within Australia. Clients include well-known international birding companies, Audubon societies, university and zoo groups and film crews.

    Please visit our web site for more details:

    Wild Watch Australia
    http://www.wildwatch.com.au/

    email: info@wildwatch.com.au


    P.O. Box 707 , Ravenshoe,
    Queensland 4888
    Australia
    Phone/fax: (07)  4097 6747 or 4097 7408
    International: +(617) 4097 7408
    Mobile : 0429 438 064

     

    Outback Track Tours Pty Ltd

    Outback Track Tours has operated tours throughout Australia for over 30 years. We specialise in Australian remote outback tours for special interest groups such as: Birdwatchers, Bushwalkers, Botanists, Photographers, Artists as well as remote 4WD expeditions. Our guides offer specialist knowledge in flora, fauna and geology on each tour. Each year we have different tours, so it is worth checking back to our website to see what is on offer.

    As well as a full schedule of departures each year, we can organise a custom made itinerary for groups. We can organise dates to suit you as we have access to many 4WD vehicles that can accommodate 2 – 50 people. Within our resources, we have access to camping and accommodation in many areas. We can provide local guides, and cooks along with our modern fleet of vehicles.

    We work closely with many other organisations to create unique itineraries every year. These include ‘Birds Australia’, ‘Birding NSW’, ‘Australian Wildlife Conservancy”, We understand their needs and can accommodate them to suit their members. Often they require different tours every year, so it keeps us researching new areas to visit.

    We have also managed numerous other groups, family groups, clubs and overseas groups, customising itineraries between 5 – 50 people. Those that choose to travel with us, choose to travel Australia with us!

    For more information:

    www.outbacktracktours.com

    Contact details:

    68 Whiting Street
    Artarmon
    NSW 2064

    PH: +61 2 9439-3010
    FAX: +61 2 9439-3050

    email: resobt@aapt.net.au

     

    Endemic Bird Tours Australia

    Endemic Bird Tours Australia specialises in customised birdwatching tours throughout Australia. Our focus is to provide you with the most rewarding birding experience possible - whether you wish to see numerous species at a faster pace or fewer species at a gentler pace, we are here to arrange a tour that suits you.

    We are based in the Hunter Valley (on the east coast of New South Wales, 2 hours from Sydney International Airport) though are able to arrange extended tours that take in the many unique birding areas around Australia, including the Top End, South-west WA, Queensland Wet Tropics, the arid interior and Tasmania. These are just examples of places we can take you – please tell us what you wish to see and we will customise an itinerary to suit you at very competitive prices.

    With over 330 endemic species of birds, Australia is a country not be missed for seeing unique birds found nowhere else on Earth. Indeed, Australia is considered a world ‘hotspot’ of endemism, not only in terms of birds, but in biodiversity in general (for example Australia ranks as the country with the most endemic reptiles and mammals and second in terms of birds – only Indonesia ranks higher).

    Keep in mind that we are not restricted to just birdwatching tours - we are able to show you many unique facets of the Australian environment. Please take a look around our website and feel free to contact us if you have any queries.

    Contact:
    Mick Roderick
    61 2 4023 0322
    61 421 761 237
    info@endemicbirdtours.com.au or mickhhb@yahoo.com.au
    www.endemicbirdtours.com.au

     


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