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Best for Wildlife Conservation

Gold Winners in London!

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Exploring the Outback

Enjoy Australia's wild landscapes

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Group Tours and Special Itineraries

Organised for your special group - interest group, corporate, conferences ...

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Private touring just for you

The ultimate way to experience nature

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Wildlife Watching IN THE WILD!

Wild animals in their natural habitat

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Educational and Families

Interactive, informative, respectful experiences in nature 

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Help wildlife on your tour

All our tours have a conservation ethic

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Experiencing Aboriginal Culture

The world's oldest living Culture

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Australian Wildlife and Nature Tours IN THE WILD                              IntheMedia

Experience Australia's unique wild animals in their natural environment!  Feel the excitement as a wild Kangaroo mob hops past you, fast and free across their grassland.  Connect with a wild Koala as she looks down at you, curious.  Search a wilderness river for Platypus, listen for the perfect mimicry of Lyrebirds, photograph a huge flock of Cockatoos flying overhead.

For an authentic, responsible Aussie experience our animals have to be seen IN THE WILD.  

Spend your vacation experiencing Australia at its best with Echidna Walkabout - Australia's world-recognised nature and wildlife tour operator.  

world wildlife conservation award

Update July 2015

We have been nominated again and are finalists for the People's Choice Award at the World Responsible Tourism Awards this year.

This time it is the public who will choose a winner from nine of us from around the world who have all been previous winners. Hoping for plenty of votes here before 21 August!

 

Gold award winner for Best in Wildlife Conservation at the World Responsible Tourism Awards in London November 2014.

On ALL our tours you will be helping to conserve wildlife and improve wildlife habitat.