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Four Incredible Places to Spot Baby Whales around Australia

As whale watching goes, it doesn’t get much better than observing a mother interacting with her calf, particularly Humpback Whales, which are known as the showmen (and women!) of the whale world. From...  Read more

Species Feature: Tasmanian Native Hen

One of the most interesting birds to observe on Australia’s beautiful isle state, is the Tasmanian Native Hen (Tribonyx mortierii). This endemic species was made extinct by dingoes and increasing aridity on mainland...  Read more

Birdwatching Across Australia's Outback

From colourful parrots and majestic eagles to dancing Brolgas and sprightly Fairy-wrens, when it comes to birdwatching in Australia’s Outback, the variety of birdlife astounds. Just a little west of Adelaide – as...  Read more

Lords Safaris Featured in UK Telegraph

Adventure in the Northern Territory – and a fresh perspective on Australia Lydia Bell from the Telegraph UK recently spent some time in the Australia's spectacular 'Top End' with Sab Lord & Dean...  Read more

Tips to See More Wildlife Next Snorkelling Trip

Strapping on a mask and snorkel and slipping into the ocean on Ningaloo Reef is like passing through a portal into another world.  “The feeling of weightlessness and experiencing the incredible richness of...  Read more

50 Orcas Spotted off Sydney Harbour: Photos

It was a very special afternoon for Oz Whale Watching guests this afternoon. After watching a pair of mature Humpback Whales off North Head, we were very grateful to hear from Micheal Ellison...  Read more

Species Feature: Short-beaked Echidna

The Short-beaked Echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus) is one of Earth’s oldest mammals, believed to have shared Earth with the dinosaurs, up to 110 Million years ago! The Short-beaked Echidna,  Long-beaked Echidna (Zaglossus) and Platypus...  Read more

Species Feature: Kangaroo Island Kangaroo

The Kangaroo Island Kangaroo (Macropus fuliginosus fuliginosus) is a sub-species of the Western Grey Kangaroo (Macropus fuliginosus). As a result of a prolonged period of isolation from mainland Australia, the Kangaroo Island Kangaroo...  Read more

Sensational Seal and Dolphin Photos this Winter

Winter is a fantastic time to spot marine mammals across Australia including dolphins and seals. Two of the most common species of dolphin found around Australia are the Bottlenose and Short-beaked Common Dolphin....  Read more

Species Feature: King Parrot

Across the cooler coastal and mountain forests of eastern Australia, a highlight for many wildlife lovers is to see the magnificent scarlet underside and red head of the male King Parrot (Alisterus scapularis)....  Read more

Species Feature: Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby

The Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby (Petrogale Xanthopus) is one of the most beautifully coloured and patterned species in the Macropod family. It’s known for its long orange-brown tail with dark rings, white-striped face and...  Read more

Incredible Whale Photos across Australia this Week

The Humpback and Southern Right whale watching season has well and truly commenced across both the East and West coasts of Australia. These are our favourite images posted this week! Oz Whale Watching...  Read more

Species Feature: Southern Cassowary

The purpose of the Southern Cassowary’s distinctive casque (helmet), which is unique to every individual, is unknown, but recent research suggests that it may help cassowaries to feel the low vibrating sound made...  Read more

Richard l'Anson to Lead Photo Safari: Arkaba & Lake Eyre

Charge your camera and pack your safari gear! Kati Thanda Lake-Eyre has been transformed bringing life to South Australia's parched salt pans and desert country. Arkaba is celebrating with this five-day photographic safari...  Read more

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...  Read more

#WildKoalaDay: Five Reasons We Love Seeing Koalas in the Wild

With its fluffy ears and spoon-shaped nose, the Koala is one of Australia's most adored animals. In Australia you can still see Koalas in the wild, and we aim to keep it that...  Read more

Little Eagle Spotted at Arkaba

This Little Eagle (Hieraaetus morphnoides) was spotted above Arkaba's homestead garden recently. This individual might have been hunting rabbits, reptiles or even birds when field guide Charlie managed to snap this picture as...  Read more

FNQ Nature Tours the latest addition to Australian Wildlife Journeys

Australian Wildlife Journeys is pleased to announce FNQ Nature Tours, as the latest operator to join the member-based consortium. James Boettcher established the Cairns based tour company three years ago, driven by the...  Read more

Powerful Owls of East Gippsland

In February 2014 a bushfire ripped through Raymond Creek Falls in the Snowy River National Park, East Gippsland. This area was a highlight of our 4 day Wildlife Journey to East Gippsland and...  Read more

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...  Read more