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From Cairns: Full-Day Birdwatching Excursion
Spend the day birdwatching on a private wetland reserve not open to the public. Explore diverse habitats like a tropical savannah or rainforest. Visit areas in the Atherton Tablelands and discover bird hides, lagoons, and nature trails.
- Birdwatch in a private wetland reserve not open to the public
- Have the chance to see hundreds of different species
- Visit a UNESCO World Heritage listed rainforest in Atherton Tableland
DescriptionThis excursion offers visitors to North Queensland the opportunity to explore a private wetland reserve known for its highly-prized birdwatching experience. Encounter diverse habitats, stumble upon endemic wildlife and have a chance to spot up to 220 different species. Begin your day with an early morning pickup and start exploring the wetland by 7:30 AM. Enjoy the morning tranquility as you walk around the lagoon in search of bush birds, ducks, geese, and many more species. In the afternoon, stop for a picnic lunch and travel to the nearby Atherton Tableland to visit what is known as the oldest continually growing tropical rainforest in the world. Be stunned by the Tableland's beautiful landscape and continue your birdwatching excursion.
IncludesTransportation in a modern 4x4 vehicle Binoculars on board Bird books on board Morning tea Picnic lunch
- Bringing a day pack and camera is suggested
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance to receive a full refund
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