Top bird guide Tim Dolby leads Australian Geographic Mungo trip this June

by | Apr 20, 2022 | Wildlife News

News on upcoming ‘Go Green’ small group tours with Echidna Walkabout


Well known bird and wildlife guide, Tim Dolby, will lead our next Mungo trip in early June

We’re thrilled to have Tim Dolby on board.

Tim is well known to many birdwatchers throughout Australia — and the world. He’s guided  all over Australia and written books about birdwatching including Finding Australian Birds.

This June, Tim will lead a small group through Hattah-Kulkyne and Mungo National Parks in the Willandra World Heritage Area. This is an extraordinary opportunity to enjoy the wildlife of Mungo and surrounds with a first rate guide.

You can read more about Tim here: Ethical Bird Tours

Echidna Walkabout proudly designed and operates Australian Geographic Travel’s Mungo Outback & Conservation Journey.

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Here’s some feedback from the very successful April trip:

“Just wanted to say what a wonderful trip we had to Mungo. We thoroughly enjoyed it. The facilities: accommodation, food, the vans, information etc were excellent.

Both Tim and Martin were brilliant. Tim’s knowledge of birds was really amazing and he enjoyed imparting this to the group, which was great.

Martin was a ball of enthusiasm and never stopped telling us so much about the Mungo area, the animals, birds, insects and everything else in between. His general knowledge, not just of Mungo but other areas around the world, was mind blowing.

Both were really nice guys and very tolerant of some of us who knew nothing about birds, in particular. I learned so much from them.” AusGeo traveller

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Go Green on an Echidna Walkabout wildlife tour


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Australian Geographic Travel also welcomes bookings for the following upcoming tours designed and lead by Echidna Walkabout’s wildlife guides:

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