Bird Tours

BIRD TOURS IN COMFORT

Do you love to watch birds? Do you particularly love to learn about them and understand their lives – by appreciating their habitat, their history, and the other animals that share their world?

We love to take time to watch the birds, and time to enjoy the spirit of a place. Because a bird is not alone – it needs an ecosystem to support it. Watching leads to understanding, and understanding leads to better protection for our birds.

This style of bird watching is comfortable. Early morning and late afternoon walks and drives are still recommended, but are optional; middle of the day is for relaxing over lunch and taking a siesta. We allow time for looking at plants, scenery, other animals, people, culture and history where it is relevant and important. As much as possible we give you options so you can bird your way.

Read on about our in depth bird tours in comfort.

Maximum Wildlife

7 to 21 days of birds, mammals & reptiles across the continent – from the lyrebirds of the rainforest, parrots of the desert Outback, kookaburras of the coast, to the brolgas of the Top End.

Tawny Frogmouths & Sandpipers

2 days near Melbourne birding in the Australian Bush of the You Yangs and the coastal wetlands of the Western Treatment Plant.  Private or group tour.

Bird tours East Gippsland - lyrebird

Lyrebirds & Cockatoos of the forest

4 days in the rainforests, mountains and coastlines of East Gippsland

Emus on Bird tour Mungo

Parrots & Emus of the Desert

4 days of desert birding in the Mungo Outback, on the border of Victoria, New South Wales & South Australia

Bristlebirds & Kookaburras of the coast

3 days of coastal birding on the famous Great Ocean Road

5 Amazing Facts about the Emu of Outback Australia

by Morwenna Petaia The Emu is one of the iconic birds of the Australian Outback, and there's no better way to see them than on the Mungo Outback Journey. Here are 5 amazing facts about Emus. 1. Emus can go without food for 2 months. Female Emu birds are slightly...

See the world’s most beautiful cockatoo

Pink Cockatoos: there’s something about them. Actually, there’s 5 things about them that make them very, very special. Its needless to point out that they are gorgeous. Just look at them. John Gould, pioneering ornithologist, called the Pink (Major Mitchell) Cockatoo...

Bronzewing Pigeons: the art of Powder Down

There is something soft and artistic about Common Bronzewings. They don’t suffer from harsh sunlight like the rest of us – a magical filter is always applied. Wildlife Guide Martin’s photos of a female bronzewing preening show this magnificently. No filter, that is...

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Our Guest's Reviews ...

Amazing fun-filled day in The Bush

Where to begin?! Such an incredible time!  We saw a mama koala holding a baby. Then we went out in the bush and must have seen 100 kangaroos! I would definitely recommend this tour!

kristendantus, California USA December 3, 2018