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Featured Wildlife Journeys

  • Great Ocean Road & You Yangs

    Greet wild koalas by name

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  • Ningaloo & Exmouth

    Snorkel with gentle giants

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  • Kangaroo Island

    Journey with joeys

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  • Bremer Bay

    Expedition with Orcas

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  • Kakadu & Arnhem Land

    Birdwatch along billabongs

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  • Arkaba, Flinders Ranges

    Spot Emus on Safari

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  • Uluru, Kata Tjuta & Red Centre

    See reptiles and raptors

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  • Tasmania

    Meander with monotremes

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  • Far North Queensland

    Roam ancient rainforests

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  • Maria Island, Tasmania

    Walk with wombats

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  • Eyre Peninsula & Port Lincoln

    Swim with 'puppy dogs of the sea'

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  • Phillip Island

    Cruise with seal pups

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Our adventures

A collection of expert wildlife tour guides connecting you with wildlife in the wild across Australia like no other.

We are a unique and diverse group of passionate naturalists, setting the standard for interpretation of wildlife in natural habitats, combined with exceptional hospitality. Our ecosystems are more than just an attraction or a tour note to us – they have shaped who we are and our unwavering commitment to regenerate what is left.

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Australia possesses some of the most diverse landscapes and intriguing animals on the planet. Our compilation of wildlife journeys illustrate how you can effectively link together different guided tours across multiple regions and wildlife interests.

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Our difference

  • Our expert guides cater to wildlife connoisseurs looking to fulfil their passions and expand their knowledge across categories such as birdwatching, whale watching, marsupial spotting and diving/snorkelling.
  • By aggregating wildlife events that span the entire continent and across all seasons of travel, we make it easier for you to identify and connect the regions and encounters available according to your travel schedule.

  • We are united by the vision to bridge the gap between the conservation and tourism sectors and offer interactive experiences for you to contribute to environmental regeneration and support local communities.

Conservation projects

  • Conservation projects

    Removing Ghost Net from East Gippsland

    On our last 4 day Wildlife Journey to East Gippsland, we watched delighted as a family of female and juvenile Australian Fur Seals played near the rocks at Cape Conran.  It was our last full day, the sun was warm, the beach was deserted and we had walked out along...
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  • Conservation projects

    Ningaloo Turtle Program Update

    The breeding season has commenced for turtles across the beautiful Ningaloo coast. This is a critical area for nesting, with three of the world’s seven marine turtle species selecting these beaches to lay eggs from November to March. The staff at Exmouth Dive & Whaleshark Ningaloo are proud to be  ...
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    Saving Seals from Entanglement with Wildlife Coast Cruises

    Seal Entanglement Rescue Seal Rocks, off the coast of Phillip Island, is home to the largest colony of Australian Fur Seals in Australia. Unfortunately, these amazing marine mammals occasionally get entangled in fishing gear, nets and marine debris. Once a month, researchers from Phillip Island Nature Parks and a Marine...
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    Rabbit Warren Mapping Project Commences at Arkaba

    June has been a particularly busy month for us up at Arkaba with various conservation projects! We finally began our rabbit warren mapping process having received our site clearances from the Adnyamathanha Traditional Lands Association Aboriginal Corporation (ATLA). We are delighted to finally be in a position to target yet...
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