Wildlife & Birdwatching Experience
Steve has designed this experience for avid and curious birdwatchers, wildlife and flora enthusiasts and nature photographers to explore habitats that are off the beaten track showcasing this most wonderful wildlife region. His expertise in animal behaviour will allow you to observe without disturbing these precious animals. If you love exploring and the outdoors, you will love this experience. No long drives to get somewhere interesting - the tour starts immediately - some wildlife will be right under our noses.
The UNESCO Noosa Biosphere Reserve, a unique area where sub-tropical and temperate zones overlap, provides varied ecosystems including Mangroves, Wallum, Wet and Dry Eucalypt forests and Rainforests. 40% of Australia’s bird species are found in this area, some 304 species including Migratory wader species. Typically 50 species and more can be located in one day.
In a full-day outing discover the mountain region of Conondale National Park, an important refuge for the Eastern bristlebird as well as home to 174 bird species – 14 of which are considered endangered or vulnerable. Conondale National Park is also considered a critical site for the Richmond Birdwing-butterfly.
Other fauna species include Eastern grey kangaroo, Koala, Grey-headed flying fox, Echidna, Brush-tail possum, Ring-tail possum, Platypus, Lace monitor, Red-bellied blacksnake, Carpet python.
This region of Australia's Nature Coast provides a diverse and ancient landscape rich in plant and animal species, culturally and historically significant to the Aboriginal people.
Wildlife & Birdwatching tours include some short walks and can be conducted at a pace to suit your interest and concentrate on locating as many species as possible across a variety of habitats.
- White-bellied Sea Eagle
- Eastern Osprey
- Brahminy Kite
- Square-tailed Kite
- Glossy Black-cockatoo
- Yellow-tailed Black-cockatoo
- Eastern Ground Parrot
- Golden-headed Cisticola
- Scarlet Honeyeater
- Mangrove Honeyeater
- Variegated Fairy-wren
- Red-backed Fairy-wren
- Little Wattlebird
- Royal Spoonbill
- Sooty Oystercatcher
- Striated Thornbill
- Pale-headed Rosella
- Rose Robin
- Eastern Whipbird
- Bell Miner
- Short, tranquil, easy walks
- Ample time and opportunity to photograph and observe flora and fauna in their natural habitat
- Professional, experienced guide with interpretation of the birds, flora, fauna and history of the region
- Immerse in the beauty that surrounds you, leave the art of safely navigating through the bush to your guide.
- Easy pace
- Small, personalised groups - minimum 2
Tour Dates and Details
Please contact us for tour dates and details.
- Charters are available for large group. The outing will be structured accordingly.
- You choose the field of interest.
What to Bring
- Comfortable hard-wearing shoes recommended.
- Light rain jacket
- Jacket during winter.
Ponchos, small selection of daypacks, sock protectors, potable drinking water, binoculars
NB: No smoking allowed on walks.