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Echidna Walkabout Launch Partner of Glasgow Declaration

Echidna Walkabout Launch Partner of Glasgow Declaration

We're proud to be a signatory and launch partner of the Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism Today at COP26 in Glasgow, Echidna Walkabout will join forces with tourism partners from across the globe to launch the world's first ever full commitment on...

Tourism Declares : Climate Emergency

Tourism Declares : Climate Emergency

Australian tour operator joins global Tourism Declares community In 2017 Echidna Walkabout published our Position Statement on climate titled "Act Now : Stop Climate Change". Our headline graphic was this frightening chart: Now, on the eve of one of recent history's...

About Koala Kallama

About Koala Kallama

Kallama Origin of name: Kallama is taken from the word “everywhere” in the Wathaurong/Wadawurrung language around the You Yangs. That’s where we want koalas: everywhere they can be. .. Known since: He emerged on 17 June 2020, which makes his birthday around mid...

Enjoy Kakadu : 5 best tips

Enjoy Kakadu : 5 best tips

To enjoy Kakadu take your time says Kakadu Guide, Roger Smith “Rushing Kakadu doesn't work. Spend at least two full weeks in the Top End. Stay a few days in Darwin acclimatising, it’s a city like no other in Australia, vibrating with culture, markets, wildlife and...

Amazing new facts about Whale Sharks

Amazing new facts about Whale Sharks

New Facts about Whale Sharks: they recover quickly from wounds and may even regrow parts of their bodies; Big ships are hurting them, but Western Australia’s tour operators are helping; Globally endangered, but increasing at Ningaloo Reef; Male Whale Sharks grow fast when young, females grow bigger but more slowly; Whale Sharks give birth to live young, 300 at a time, but almost nothing is known about their breeding

Mallacoota Birders Big Weekend March 2021

Mallacoota Birders Big Weekend March 2021

Four days, 43 birders, 151 bird species, 3 boat trips, $1275+ for bushfire recovery, a truckload of fish & chips and quite a few bottles of wine… this was the second annual Mallacoota Birders Big Weekend over Labour Day Holiday, 5 – 9 March 2021. We were so busy!...

Tourists: Did you know you planted trees in Australia?

Tourists: Did you know you planted trees in Australia?

social enterprise wildlife tour operator Echidna Walkabout runs popular wildlife tours for small groups of international and local travellers – all tours contribute financially to wildlife by planting trees & creating habitat. In 2020, our not for profit Koala Clancy Foundation planted 9000 trees for koalas on behalf of our tourists.

The latest news & amazing facts about Koalas

The latest news & amazing facts about Koalas

Latest new science and breakthroughs on koalas. Koalas drink stemflow – rain dripping down the trunk of a tree; koalas use ladder trees to make climbing easier; male koalas vocalise partly to avoid conflicts with other males; koalas use scattered paddock trees and can walk across open country; koalas use very young trees, as little as 2-4 years old.

Amazing & Different Facts: Humpback Whales

Amazing & Different Facts: Humpback Whales

Amazing & Different Facts: Humpback Whales Megaptera novaeangliae – the singing, dancing superstars of Australia’s coastline. But did you know they are brave heroes, loyal to their holiday spots, and no-one knows why they migrate? Here’s five different and amazing facts about them that you won’t find anywhere else.

Echidna Walkabout Launch Partner of Glasgow Declaration

Echidna Walkabout Launch Partner of Glasgow Declaration

We're proud to be a signatory and launch partner of the Glasgow Declaration on Climate Action in Tourism Today at COP26 in Glasgow, Echidna Walkabout will join forces with tourism partners from across the globe to launch the world's first ever full commitment on...

read more
Tourism Declares : Climate Emergency

Tourism Declares : Climate Emergency

Australian tour operator joins global Tourism Declares community In 2017 Echidna Walkabout published our Position Statement on climate titled "Act Now : Stop Climate Change". Our headline graphic was this frightening chart: Now, on the eve of one of recent history's...

read more
5 reasons to learn birds at the Katherine Bird Festival

5 reasons to learn birds at the Katherine Bird Festival

Come to the Katherine Bird Festival this September There’s lots of great reasons why you should learn birds in Katherine — and they’re not all bird related! Do you love colourful birds? The most psychedelic of them all may be Australia’s tiny Gouldian Finch (pictured...

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About Koala Kallama

About Koala Kallama

Kallama Origin of name: Kallama is taken from the word “everywhere” in the Wathaurong/Wadawurrung language around the You Yangs. That’s where we want koalas: everywhere they can be. .. Known since: He emerged on 17 June 2020, which makes his birthday around mid...

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Enjoy Kakadu : 5 best tips

Enjoy Kakadu : 5 best tips

To enjoy Kakadu take your time says Kakadu Guide, Roger Smith “Rushing Kakadu doesn't work. Spend at least two full weeks in the Top End. Stay a few days in Darwin acclimatising, it’s a city like no other in Australia, vibrating with culture, markets, wildlife and...

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