Bird Watching Tours

Did you know that the NSW Far South Coast is a renown haven for Australian native and migratory birds? The headlands, lakes, estuaries and coastal hinterland of our touring region provides a range of unique habitats for dozens of bird species, from the tiny Stubble Quail to the impressive White Bellied Sea-Eagle.

The region is famous for seabirds and our experienced tour guide will ensure that you will see Eagles, Oystercatchers, Gulls, Terns and Cormorants. While entering our forests on a short easy bush walk, you will be delighted by a range of Parrots, Lorrikeets, Kingfishers and Honeyeaters feasting on Australian Flora such as Grevillea and Bottlebrush.

The mirror like waters of coastal lakes and estuaries are home to Pelicans, Black Swans, Ducks, Grebes, Herons and Ibis. Your guide will provide you with easy access to view and photograph these delightful birds as they wade the shallows and forage among the oyster encrusted rocks and reeds.

Regardless of your starting point, your VIP Private Tour guide will transport you safely to a range of known bird watching habitats or to a location of your choice (accessible by a two wheel drive vehicle). Our vehicle has capacity for six guests and we supply drinking water and snacks on all tours. An optional picnic lunch is available on full day tours.

The Eurobodalla Natural History Society has compiled the following list of birds of the Eurobodalla region.

Contact us today to discuss a Bird Watching Tour of the NSW Far South Coast. Destinations include Batemans Bay to Bermagui. Transfers available with advance notice from Moruya, Canberra or Sydney airports. We can also help to arrange accommodation and side tours to suit all tastes and budgets.


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