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AustraliWhite bellied sea-eagle. Photo courtesy of Andrew Goodalla is home to a variety of unique and interesting wildlife. There are thousands of species of birds, reptiles, and mammals. Many of these are only found in Australia and some are endemic to certain parts of the country.


It’s always great to see animals on tour and our guides are great wildlife spotters but wildlife can be shy, so keep your eyes peeled and let us know when you see something so we can share it with everyone in your group.


For safety and conservation reasons, we don't feed or interact with wildlife, except when on a controlled wildlife experience, such as a cruise where we can swim with dolphins or feeding kangaroos at a wildlife sanctuary.

We often see kangaroos, wallabies and emu while travelling through the Outback and the occasional camel or dingo, as well as heaps of birds. Along the southern coast, we also know some great spots for viewing seals and sea-lions.

Australian sea-lions on Kangaroo Island

We can also include wildlife experiences in all of our touring itineraries, such swimming with dolphins or sea-lions, hand feed wallabies, cuddle a koala or visit a wildlife sanctuary.





One of our favourite places for wildlife viewing is Kangaroo Island, which is Australia's 3rd largest island and surrounded by over 500kms of stunning coastline. A third of the Island is declared Conservation or National Park and it hasn't suffered an impact from the introduction of species such as foxes and rabbits as it's isolated from the mainland. So the bush and wildlifehave flourished, giving a home to an array of wildlife including Kangaroos (of course !), koalas, wallabies, Australian sea lions, New Zealand fur seals, dolphins, the elusive platypus, echidna ....the list goes on.

Yellow footed rock wallaby in the Ikara Flinders Ranges

We see wildlife and birds on all our tours but we also offer private tours, where we can design itineraries specifically to suit bird watchers and nature lovers.

Click here if you'd like us to design a wildlife or bird watching tour for you.