Australia's landscape, wildlife, history and culture are our foundation. There is nothing quite like seeing a mob of wild Kangaroos bounding across a vast grassland, a Sea-Eagle soaring over a coastline with not a single human footprint on it, or a Kookaburra singing his crazy laughing song against the backdrop of the rugged cliffs of the Great Ocean Road. Only in Australia can you watch as an Aboriginal Man draws pictures of his history in the sand his ancestors walked 50,000 years ago.

The Australian Outback covers the whole continent, only excepting the major cities. With such a small population in such a huge land, the influence of people is limited to the population centres. In some cities like Melbourne, a one hour drive gets you away from people and into wild country.

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The Mungo Outback Journey 3 day tour is the easiest way to get into Australia’s Outback, with it’s distinctive array of fauna and hugely significant Aboriginal History. You are Guided by a local Aboriginal custodian, working together with your Wildlife Guide.

Visit the meeting place of Australia's two great inland rivers - the Murray & the Darling - near the tiny outback town of Wentworth. Travel out of the river country and into the red sand plains to Lake Mungo, a dry lake bed sprinkled with Emus, Kangaroos and the bones of long-extinct megafauna. The area contains evidence of human occupation of over 50,000 years - the reason for its World Heritage listing.
This private tour starts and ends at Mildura airport March through November.
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Wildlife Conservation JourneyFour days in the coastal wilderness of far eastern Victoria with Koalas, Swamp Wallabies, Kangaroos, parrots, cockatoos and many other birds. Visit the famous Snowy River and a rugged waterfall deep in the wilderness. Walk along ocean beaches with few human footprints.

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The Croajingolong Journey 4 day private tour is based around remote Mallacoota Lakes and Gipsy Point in Croajingolong National Park. This area is very rich in birds, reptiles and mammals. Visit a remote river valley deep in the mountains
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Koalas & Kangaroos:  IN THE WILD! PROMOTIONAL IMAGES Koalas and Kangaroos IN THE WILD!

Koalas & Kangaroos IN THE WILD 1 day tour is a great way to see a lot of iconic Australian wildlife quickly. Near Melbourne we have a surprising diversity of wildlife: Kangaroos, Koalas, Emus, Swamp Wallabies, Sulphur-crested Cockatoos, Galahs, Eastern Rosellas & Red–rumped Parrots, Echidnas, Superb Fairy-wrens, Cape Barren & Magpie Geese. Fully inclusive - fully guided by experienced Naturalist Guide, meal, entry fees, transport to and from Melbourne city.

This tour can be booked as a small group tour, or as a private party.

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The Great Ocean Road3 day tour starts with wild Kangaroos, Koalas and wetland birds on the Koalas & Kangaroos IN THE WILD (see description above). Days 2 and 3 explore the coastal wildlife of the famous Great Ocean Road region. Highlights include: Long-billed Corellas and Yellow-tailed Black-cockatoos, honeyeaters, falcons, kites and eagles, swans, herons, pardalotes and if we're lucky, an Echidna or a Rufous Bristlebird.

Fully inclusive: fully guided by Naturalist Guide, all meals (except dinner Day 1), accommodation at small B&Bs, transport to and from Melbourne, entry fees. Small group tour or private tour.

See Great Ocean Road for best times for certain wildlife and a full itinerary. For a collection of photographs click image on left.

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