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AUSTRALIAN BIRDING SAFARIS - Scheduled non-smoking group tours for birders and naturalists. Our aim is to design and run quality birding tours that are affordable, fun and fascinating. We will focus on the birds of course but our tours will also feature other aspects of natural history and history.
Australian Birding Safaris is run by experienced Birding Guides - Ken Cross and Steve Grainger. For bookings or information please email Ken at firstname.lastname@example.org
Short tours of several day duration – Brisbane to Brisbane.
Brisbane Birding Breaks provide a variety of opportunities
to explore some wonderful areas in South east Queensland and Northern New South
Wales. These short trips are an excellent opportunity for those beginning
birders who wish to learn as much as possible within a short time period. For
experienced birders, too, these tours guarantee a great range of species within a
few short days in areas within 400 km of Brisbane.
This is a wonderful short birding trip that begins in the Queensland capital city of Brisbane. The route is a six day loop ranging south along the New England Highway into New South Wales, cutting across picturesque ranges to the Pacific Coast before returning north via some of the finest birding sites in north eastern New South Wales. Queensland's Lockyer Valley will provide an entree into the birds of the inland and the 'granite' town of Stanthorpe with Giraween National Park nearby will add even more species. National Parks, with evocative names like 'Cathederal Rock', 'Washpool' and 'Oxley Wild Rivers' will be visited, their scenery admired and hopefully their birds ticked! Along the New England we will stay at the picturesque towns of Glen Innes and Armidale before heading east to bird along some great coastal sites such as Brooms Head, Ballina and Byron Bay. Dates: September 14 - 19 Departing Brisbane
This birding trip focuses on the Cooloola section of the Great Sandy National Park and areas adjacent including Tin Can Bay, Rainbow Beach, Inskip Point and Great Sandy Strait. Main targets will include special species of the coastal heaths plus a special emphasis on the identification of migratory waders.