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With over 35 years experience in the field, we provide an insider’s guide to one of the friendliest marine mammals in Queensland’s waters; dolphins. Aboard a comfortable multi award-winning sailing vessel we will take you right to the spot where the dolphins are enabling...
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Our guide will lead you to the favourite haunts of his extensive Outback home ground. Experience a unique way to see South Australia through the eyes of an expert naturalist who understands the landscape and never tires of its beauty. Home to Malleefowl, elegantly plumed Regent Parrots and sea ea...
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On board the beautifully restored Danish tall ship Yukon cruise the tranquil waters of the Huon River and explore the river’s estuaries by hand-crafted rowing boat. Sit at the foot of the highest sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere including the spectacular dolerite cliffs at Cape Pillar on boa...
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After meeting the charismatic residents of Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary and an evening in Hobart’s port-side dining district of Salamanca, you’ll stay the night on a beautifully restored tall ship, row a clinker dinghy through the Egg Island Canal and visit the breathtaking Tahune Airwalk. For th...
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Start your trip off at renowned wildlife sanctuary Barna Mia. You’ll glimpse how wild mammals roamed Australia 200 years ago. Enroute to Albany stay a night in the breathtaking Stirling Ranges which rise from the mallee desert before you continue to the rugged coastline around Albany. For the...
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Seawalker, a unique opportunity for non-divers to commune with underwater wildlife is not to be missed. From the seafloor to the cool inland mountain forests, you’ll get to know cassowaries, platypus, rock wallabies, riflebirds, a bird of paradise and tree kangaroos ... yes, a kangaroo that lives...
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Starting in Sydney and the Blue Mountains, this remarkable trip will take you from the Great Barrier Reef to Far North Queensland and across to the Top End’s famed Kakadu. Some of the highlights include sailing with dolphins, snorkelling beside pristine coral reefs, spotlighting tree kangaroos,...
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The famous Rumney family pioneered Minke Whale swims with scientists. What we now know about these inquisitive animals is a result of passengers supporting this unique science-tourism partnership. It’s among the top wildlife encounters in the world, suits almost any age and you don’t need to dive...
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Melbourne’s Superb Lyrebirds were filmed by Nick Hayward of Wildiaries for the BBC’s Life of Birds. The UK public voted this world famous naturalist David Attenborough's favourite moment! Starting with a private tour to see urban Little Penguins or an evening viewing of Platypus, you’ll then head...
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Melbourne is situated at the top of Port Phillip Bay, a 2,000 km2 ‘inland sea’ that is home to Little Penguins, Bottlenose Dolphins and fringed by internationally important wetlands. During this four day tour, you’ll see thousands of waterbirds, look for koalas, kangaroos and wallabies, take a bo...
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This fully guided trip takes in food, wine, culture and wildlife. Led by the region’s most experienced nature guide, your journey starts where the mighty Murray River meets the ocean, where inland inhabitants like Cape Barren Geese and Koalas live alongside Southern Right Whales (seasonal viewing...
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Lord Howe is a world heritage site with an endemic clownfish and the southern-most barrier reef in the world. Like a mini-Galapagos, it’s home to a rare flightless rail, millions of seabirds and an extraordinary stick-insect or ’land lobster’ wiped out by rats in the 20th century and thought ex...
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Kangaroo Island is a place where you can quietly ‘go bush’ to see native Australian animals and birds as they were meant to be seen – in the wild. Echidna, Koalas, Australian Sealions and Tammar Wallabies (abundant here but almost extinct on the mainland), bandicoots and goannas abound on this i...
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When you land at Heron, you will be amazed. This is absolutely what the Great Barrier Reef is about. While you go about your day, the permanent residents do too, and all about you is alive. There is no better way to enjoy it than with a self-proclaimed sea-turtle fanatic and all-round nice guy....
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Your journey starts in Melbourne, the gateway to Australia’s natural world, home to koalas, lyrebirds, and marsupial gliders. You’ll dine on the river Murray, meet Hairy-nosed Wombats and wetland birds. You’ll swim with dolphins, experience art, culture and conservation on Kangaroo Island. On t...
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Koalas fight for real-estate in trees on Cape Otway, overlooking a roaring southern ocean. Nearby, carnivorous snails hunt through ancient rainforest, dripping with filmy ferns. The Great Ocean Road sweeps majestically to Warrnambool, breeding ground for Southern Right Whales in winter and Little...
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AU Epic Blue Mountains5 Days

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Your journey starts at North Head's Q Station hotel which enjoys panoramic views of Sydney Harbour from a national park, home to endangered Long-nosed Bandicoots and Little Penguins. Then you’ll travel to the heart of the Blue Mountains as you take a guided search for Red-necked Wallabies, Wombat...
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Between July and November each year, there’s no better way to discover this idyllic coast than on a sleek catamaran with our local marine mammal expert. Returning each day to an award-winning eco lodge, you’ll take a guided gourmet tour of the world’s largest sand island to see dingoes in the wil...
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Locals say a lifetime isn’t long enough to see the Daintree but your eagle-eyed wildlife guides have the skills to spot everything from forest dragons to cassowaries. They will introduce you to plants and animals that most day trip visitors never lay eyes on. Enjoy the tranquil Low Isles encircle...
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Perched at the edge of a vast continent, Quobba Station’s cliffs are pounded by swells. As you gaze out towards the setting sun over the ocean understand that the first landfall is Madagascar. Explore rugged cliffs, watch a parade of leaping Humpback Whales and see Red Kangaroos grazing then driv...
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’Larger than life’ is often used to describe Gary Muir - his family history is as big as the region’s towering Karri Trees, his personality is as engaging as the riot of colorful (and world-famous) endemic flowers. Join Gary for a personal tour of his backyard from the tree-top walk he helped des...
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At first glance, it’s easy to see only the Top End’s harsh exterior: dangerous wildlife, heat hazes and vast unknowable wilderness. The average visitor doesn’t experience the softer side of this epic landscape: the pleasure of preparing bush tucker or discovering the intricacies of Aboriginal cul...
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AU Arnhem Land Safari3 Days

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Mt Borradaile is a registered aboriginal sacred site in an exclusively leased 700 km2 area nestled against the Arnhem Land escarpment. Its rugged ranges are fringed by idyllic billabongs, flood plains, paper bark swamps and monsoonal rainforests. Valleys, overhangs and caves have been occupied f...
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