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Birdwatching in Western Australia

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

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Western Australian based Tour Operators & Tours

Local Guides, Day Tours & Charters

Boat & Pelagic Tours


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visiting Western Australia
Western Australian Bird Clubs & Societies, & Other Bird Info Sites

Western Australia Perth Bird Tours Broome Bird Observatory Kimberley Birdwatching Wildlife & Natural History Tours Eyre Bird Observatory Broome Bird Observatory Christmas Island Ashmore Reef Pelagic Trips Kimberley Coastal Birding Cruise Peter Taylor's 'Birding South West' Cheynes Beach Caravan Park Gondwana Connection

Accommodation

Birding Specific Accommodation

 

Broome Bird Observatory,
http://www.broomebirdobservatory.com
The Observatory is open all year round; please check for best viewing and tour times. All overnight guests and tour participants can be met in town for a fee. Facilities include a natural history library, video and slide room, display panels and marked trails.

Bookings and bird watching itineraries are available for groups. Broome Bird Observatory is a self-funding non-profit facility.
Email: bbo@birdsaustralia.com.au

 

Eyre Bird Observatory
http://www.eyrebirds.org/
Eyre Bird Observatory is situated in the wilderness of Nuytsland Nature Reserve, nestled among the mallees (small multi-stemmed gum trees) and sand dunes 50 km from Cocklebiddy Roadhouse (on the Eyre Highway) and one kilometre from the sea to the south.

The observatory and its surrounds provide a sense of isolation and adventure and a base from which to relax and watch birds or simply appreciate nature in a wilderness setting.

Accommodation is simple and comfortable with a peaceful and timeless atmosphere.
contact:
Allan Burbidge
Email: austecol@cygnus.uwa.edu.au


Christmas Island

Christmas Island's National Park in the Indian Ocean is so unique and diverse it is often called Australia's Galapagos by many naturalists.

The "Christmas Island Airforce" (as the multitudes of birds are nicknamed), keep the locals company, swooping and gliding on the up drafts over the cliffs of the settlement with the Indian Ocean as their backdrop. Many species are quite inquisitive and birdwatchers can be rewarded with some truly special sightings

The island is large enough to have developed its own unique rainforest ecology, with seven of the thirteen land birds being endemic to the island. Expect to see the rarest and largest booby bird in the world, the Abbott's Booby as well as the elegant Golden Bosun and Silver Bosun, the endangered Christmas Island Goshawk, the Greater Frigatebird and the rarer and slightly larger Christmas Island Frigatebird. Others include Christmas Island Thrush, the Brown Booby, Christmas Island Swiftlets and the Christmas Island Imperial Pigeon.

Christmas Island also boasts world class diving, snorkelling and fishing in crystal clear waters. The Island has a diverse cultural make up that is reflected in the number of temples scattered around the island and in the rich range of dining experiences.

Christmas Island boasts a range of accommodation from lodge style and self-catering to hotels/mini resorts.

For more information please check out our web site on www.christmas.net.au or if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us as follows:

Christmas Island Tourism Association
cita@christmas.net.au
Phone + 61 8 9164 8382
Fax: + 61 8 9164 8080
P.O.Box 63
Christmas Island, WA 6798

 


 Cheynes Beach Caravan Park

If you are serious about your birding, you need to come to Cheynes Beach Caravan Park! Just look at our bird list with all birds within a short 2 minute walk, if not in the grounds, of the caravan park! All birds are recent sightings and the staff at the caravan park are really helpful with all the information you require to find the birds.

Noisy Scrub-bird
Western Whipbird
Western Bristlebird

Red-eared Firetail
Red-capped Parrot
Short-billed Black-Cockatoo
Long-billed Black-Cockatoo
Brush Bronzewing
Red-winged Fairy-wren
  Blue-breasted Fairy-wren
Splendid Fairy-wren
Tawny Frogmouth
White-breasted Robin
Southern Emu-wren
Western Spinebill
Brown Quail
Golden Whistler
Rock Parrot

This is only a sample from our bird list. We are also within reach of the Stirling Range and Porongurup National Park. Whilst you are here, you can see the many and varied wildflowers including the Albany Pitcher Plant and you can watch the Southern Wright Whales right on our doorstep. Surrounded by Waychinicup National Park we are a haven for the nature lover. The Western Grey Kangaroo calls the caravan park their own as also the Southern Brown Bandicoot and the Pygmy Possum.

Cheynes Beach Caravan Park offers a range of accommodation from 2 Bedroom Chalets, Ensuite Park Cabins and Standard Park Cabins to tent and caravan sites. For travellers there is a small onsite shop that you can get basic groceries, and we can offer a continental breakfast for our guests at a reasonable cost.

Our friendly staff is more than willing to help point you in the right direction, ask to see our “Bird file” for other birders hints and tips on where to see the “Big Three”.

Contact: Cheynes Beach Caravan Park
12 Bald Island Road
Cheynes WA 6328

Phone (08) 9846 1247
Fax (08) 9846 1311
Email cheynes_cp@westnet.com.au
Web www.cheynesbeachcaravanpark.com.au

 

 

Birdwatching Clubs and Other Interesting Sites

 

Frank O'Connor's Birding Western Australia
http://members.iinet.net.au/~foconnor
Information about Perth pelagic boat trips (May to September), WA birding sites, WA species and recent sightings. A must for every visitor to WA.
Email: foconnor@iinet.net.au


BAWA, Birds Australia Western Australia (Inc)
http://www.birdswa.com.au
is the state branch of Birds Australia (Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union). The WA Group has monthly meetings, frequent excursions, runs several projects connected with bird research and conservation, and publishes a quarterly newsletter, Western Australian Bird Notes.

 

Western Australia Recent Bird Sightings
http://birdswa.org.au/sightings.htm

 

Leeuwin Current Birding
http://wabirdingblog.blogspot.com

 

Birds of Western Australia
http://members.westnet.com.au/archive/

 

Barrabup Sanctuary, accommodation & camping near Nannup, Western Australia
http://www.barrabupsanctuary.com.au

 

A Wing and a Prayer (Film/DVD: Playful, mischievous and highly intelligent, Carnabyís Black Cockatoos
are adored by thousands, hunted by many and saved by few).

http://www.wingandaprayer.com.au


 

 

 

Local Guides, Day Tours and Charters

 

Kimberley Birdwatching Wildlife & Natural History Tours,
Offers the most authoritative birdwatching and wildlife tours in north Western Australia covering the Broome and Kimberley region.

Your guide George Swann is a professional ornithologist and authority on migratory shorebirds. Based in Broome George has been in the Kimberley for the past 10 years gaining valuable knowledge of the bird life of the Kimberley region. He can help novices and experienced birders with identification and the status of species.

We specialize in exclusive birdwatching and wildlife tours with the emphasis being birds, and you don't have to be knowledgeable to join our trips. We take a maximum of six people (10 by prior arrangement for special group bookings) travelling in an air-conditioned 4WD, fitted with R.F.D.S. HF radio and satellite phone.
Our tours also cover Flora, Fauna, Reptiles, Amphibians and Lepidoptera.

We offer a wide range of tours from 3 hours to 14 days and are happy to tailor a tour to suit your specific requirements.

Short Tours
These short tours run from 3 hours to a full day birdwatching in and around the Broome region. These tours cover the Broome shores, mangroves, Pindan woodland, saltmarsh, coastal vine thickets and freshwater swamps and lakes. Roebuck Bay and 80 Mile Beach play host to 850,000 trans-equatorial migrant waders that winter or pass through the region as passage migrants and rank amongst the Top 5 wader wintering sites in the world. Birds to be found in the Broome region include Yellow Chat, Yellow Wagtail, Grey Falcon, Asiatic Dowitcher, Redshank, Mangrove Golden Whistler and of course our endemic Kimberley Flycatcher.

Day trips can also be taken to the Dampier Peninsular, Geikie & Windjana Gorges in the West Kimberleys.
Please contact us for a full information package.
Ph/Fax: 08 9192 1246
International: + 61 8 9192 1246
Kimberley Birdwatching
PO Box 220
BROOME 6725
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Email: info@kimberleybirdwatching.com.au
http://www.kimberleybirdwatching.com.au

 

Broome Bird Observatory,
http://www.broomebirdobservatory.com
Broome Bird Observatory offers two hour interpretive tours, one day birdwatching courses and five day bird watching course itineraries. Designed with all levels of ability in mind the courses aim to introduce people to the best that birding in Broome has to offer.

The two hour tours can be an introduction to the Bay the Bush or the Mangroves. The one day courses allow us to visit some great sites, undertake and join in on counts and really get to know some of the birds of the North West. The five day courses cover the spectacle of northward and southward migrations and banding fieldcraft.

On the March/April and September courses we can see up to 150 species in a 70 kilometre radius and some days 25 species of shorebird are added to the evening bird call. The banding courses are an ideal way to get hands experience in the field and cover mist-netting of passerine birds as well as cannon-netting shorebirds. The courses cover the best that Broome has to offer accompanied by knowledgeable guides and field researchers.

Private tours of 2 and up to 18 people can be accommodated (dependent on requirements and habitats). Two hour tours, day excursions and group itineraries can be arranged. Accommodation on site before and after your itinerary is also available, with Roebuck Bay just a minute from your door.

Advance bookings are essential
Email: bbo@tpgi.com.au for an up to date itinerary or see our home page.
http://www.broomebirdobservatory.com

 


Peter Taylor's Birding South West Peter Taylorís "Birding South West"

Based in the tall timber country, I specialise in the local endemics of south west Western Australia, namely Baudin's (Long-billed) and Carnaby's (Short-billed) Black-cockatoos, Western Corella, Red-capped Parrot, Western Rosella, Western Thornbill, Red-winged Fairywren, Western Spinebill, Western Wattlebird, White-breasted Robin and Red-eared Firetail.

The woodlands, heathlands and coasts of the south west are also home to the endemic Noisy Scrub-bird and Western Bristlebird and other such sought after species as Western Whipbird, Rock Parrot, Southern Emuwren, Blue-breasted Fairywren, Western Yellow Robin, Western Shrike-tit and Rufous Treecreeper.

 

All of these may be seen on either a day trip or an overnight trip. I run half day and full day tours for up to 4 passengers in an air-conditioned 4WD vehicle and offer free pick-up from local accommodation houses in Pemberton, Bridgetown and Manjimup.

 

I also run tailor-made 2-3 day South West tours which may include visits to the Dryandra Woodland and Cheynes Beach.

 

On request, I am available for private charter in other parts of Australia.

 

Please visit my website for further details.

http://www.birdingsw.com.au

 

Mobile: 0428 345 245

Email: birdingsw@westnet.com.au

 

 

Perth Bird Tours Perth Bird Tours  by Zoo keeper Stuart Andrews

 
We offer  small group personalized tours specializing in bird watching and nature photo tours. Our habitat tours, normally 1/2 day or full day, visit as many different locations as possible. The aim is to see as many different species of birds in the Perth Region of Western Australia, travelling up to 100 kms from CBD. We tend to vary our sites to follow the birds and meet the needs and wishes of our clients. 
Longer inland tours can also be organised by prior arrangement, as are trips to Christmas Island .
From almost 20 years of working with animals in the Zoo industry, Stuart and his friends have good animal and bird knowledge. As well as local knowledge Perth Bird Tours is about creating a relaxed and friendly excursion so clients can really enjoy their nature experience at their pace.
 
Please discover more from our web site:
 
 
Phone: 08 9397 2418
mobile:      0421961914
International 61 8 93972418
84 Harrisdale Drive
HARRISDALE
W.A. 6112

 

Gondwana Connection GONDWANA CONNECTION Wildlife Tours 

Gondwana Connection run full day tours from Perth accommodation houses. These are primarily for those with birding interests and with approximately 200 species to be found close to Perth, we can normally tick 60+ species for the day. This list could include 10 of the 15 south-west endemics. With the striking Western Rosella, the gregarious Carnaby's Black Cockatoo and of course the elusive Red-eared Firetail all being desirable targets.

Given the varied habitats within this area, we will tailor each day's itinerary to cover your personal areas of interest. On the other hand you can allow us to present an overview of our local environs and their feathered inhabitants.

We also do day trips to the Dryandra State Forest allowing for a much different selection of bird species. This involves 2hrs travel each way.

All tours are carried out personally by owner/operator Des Hume.

For further details check out our web site: www.gondconnect.com.au 

GONDWANA CONNECTION Wildlife Tours
PO Box 706
KWINANA
Western Australia 6966
Australia

Mobile phone: 04 08 909 982
Email: des@gondconnect.com.au

 

 



Boat & Pelagic Tours

Ashmore Reef Pelagic Trips ex Broome
For Information Contact:
George Swann of Kimberley Birdwatching
P O Box 220, Broome WA, 6725
Tel/Fax 08 9192 1246 International + 61 8 9192 1246
http://www.kimberleybirdwatching.com.au
Email: info@kimberleybirdwatching.com.au

 

Kimberley Coastal Birding Cruise
For Information Contact:
George Swann of Kimberley Birdwatching
P O Box 220, Broome WA, 6725
Tel/Fax 08 9192 1246 International + 61 8 9192 1246
http://www.kimberleybirdwatching.com.au
Email: info@kimberleybirdwatching.com.au

 

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
 

Pelgagic trips from Perth
Contact Frank O'Connor:
Email: foconnor@iinet.net.au
Also see: Frank O'Connor's Birding Western Australia
http://members.iinet.net.au/~foconnor

 


Western Australian Based Tour Operators and Tours

 

Kimberley Birdwatching, Wildlife & Natural History Tours,
Offers the most authoritative birdwatching and wildlife tours in north Western Australia covering the Broome and Kimberley region. Your guide George Swann is a professional ornithologist and authority on migratory shorebirds.

Based in Broome George has been in the Kimberley for the past 10 years gaining valuable knowledge of the bird life of the Kimberley region. He can help novices and experienced birders with identification and the status of species. We specialize in exclusive birdwatching and wildlife tours with the emphasis being birds, and you don't have to be knowledgeable to join our trips.

We take a maximum of six people (10 by prior arrangement for special group bookings) travelling in an air-conditioned 4WD, fitted with R.F.D.S. HF radio and satellite phone.
Our tours also cover Flora, Fauna, Reptiles, Amphibians and Lepidoptera.

We offer a wide range of tours from 3 hours to 14 days and are happy to tailor a tour to suit your specific requirements.
Extended Tours:
These tours range from 2 to 14 days or longer throughout the Kimberley region. Most trips involve camping in the bush, but if preferred accommodation is available at Cattle Station Homesteads. To the south The Great Sandy Desert, characterized by red sand dunes and spinifex grasslands. To the north and almost surrounding the Kimberley an ancient barrier reef. In side this natural boundary lie huge escarpments, plateaux and rugged ranges that are dominated by open savannah woodland.

Large creeks and rivers are lined by huge melaleucas and eucalypts. Small pockets of rainforests survive in areas that provide the right conditions. The rivers flowing north have cut dramatic gorges and falls over sandstone
escarpments where they flow into flooded river valleys lined with mangroves.
The diverse habitats of the Kimberley make birdwatching challenging and exceptional with species such as Gouldian Finch, Purple-crowned Fairy-wren, Red Goshawk, Rainbow Pitta, Northern Rosella, Rufous Owl, Sandstone
Shrike-thrush, White-lined Honeyeater, Chestnut-backed Button- quail and of course not forgetting the Kimberley endemic, the Black Grasswren.

As well as our land based tours with 4WD, we can arrange boat charters discovering the remote Kimberley coastline and islands, air charters for those who wish to visit most areas but are short on time. We also conduct 8 day pelagic trips to Ashmore Reef ex Broome. In 2002 the dates are 14 - 21 October. The choices are endless.
Please contact us for a full information package.
Ph/Fax: 08 9192 1246
International: + 61 8 9192 1246
Kimberley Birdwatching
PO Box 220
BROOME 6725
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Email: info@kimberleybirdwatching.com.au
http://www.kimberleybirdwatching.com.au

 

GONDWANA CONNECTION Wildlife Tours 

Gondwana Connection offer fully escorted tours, designed to show both the diversity and wondrous nature of the fauna/flora to be found within selected parts of Western Australia and Papua New Guinea.

The avian fauna tend to be our main area of interest and we make every attempt to locate those elusive prime target species. Our set tours have been developed to include the prime birding spots within the areas visited. Allow us to show you the way.

These tours are designed for you the customer looking to experience an adventure holiday, but still have a comfy bed and good meal at the end of the day.

In addition to our available tours, that can be tailored to suit the individual group, we can also put together Custom Tours for those who have more specialized interests.

Allow us to show you the wonder and beauty of the natural environment, which are part of the ancient Gondwana Land.

GONDWANA CONNECTION has been developed and is run by husband/wife team, Des and Anita Hume.

For further details check out our web site: www.gondconnect.com.au 

GONDWANA CONNECTION Wildlife Tours
PO Box 706
KWINANA
Western Australia 6966
Australia

Mobile phone: 04 08 909 982
Email: des@gondconnect.com.au



Peter Taylorís "Birding South West"

Based in the tall timber country, I specialise in the local endemics of south west Western Australia, namely Baudin's (Long-billed) and Carnaby's (Short-billed) Black-cockatoos, Western Corella, Red-capped Parrot, Western Rosella, Western Thornbill, Red-winged Fairywren, Western Spinebill, Western Wattlebird, White-breasted Robin and Red-eared Firetail.

The woodlands, heathlands and coasts of the south west are also home to the endemic Noisy Scrub-bird and Western Bristlebird and other such sought after species as Western Whipbird, Rock Parrot, Southern Emuwren, Blue-breasted Fairywren, Western Yellow Robin, Western Shrike-tit and Rufous Treecreeper.

 

All of these may be seen on either a day trip or an overnight trip. I run half day and full day tours for up to 4 passengers in an air-conditioned 4WD vehicle and offer free pick-up from local accommodation houses in Pemberton, Bridgetown and Manjimup.

 

I also run tailor-made 2-3 day South West tours which may include visits to the Dryandra Woodland and Cheynes Beach.

 

On request, I am available for private charter in other parts of Australia.

 

Please visit my website for further details.

http://www.birdingsw.com.au

 

Mobile: 0428 345 245

Email: birdingsw@westnet.com.au

Interstate Tour Operators visiting Western Australia

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/


Kirrama Wildlife Tours
offers fully accommodated tours in Northern Australia and visits Western Australia as part of the 'Black Grasswren Tour' (NT + WA) and the South-Western Endemics Tour.
Please check the web pages for the tour itineraries.


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


New South Wales * Northern Territory * Queensland * South Australia * Tasmania * Victoria * Western Australia

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