Here are some amazing April images across the Australian Wildlife Journey group!
Flinders Ranges Sunrise - Arkaba Conservancy
Image credit: Brooke Saward (via Instagram: @worldwanderlust)
The Flinders Ranges region of South Australia is famous for its stunning landscapes as well as it's wildlife diversity. As part of the Arkaba Walk experience, guests can treat themselves to stunning starry skies in the evening before waking up to a gorgeous sunrise!
Recommended tour: The Arkaba Walk (4D/3N) - available from March 22 2019 - October 12 2019.
Green Turtle - Exmouth Dive and Whalesharks Ningaloo
Image credit: Exmouth Dive and Whalesharks Ningaloo (via Instagram: @exmouthdivingcentre)
The Green Turtle is another favourite of guests travelling with Exmouth Dive and Whalesharks Ningaloo. These beautiful creatures are one of three turtle species (also Loggerhead and Hawksbill) found along the Ningaloo Reef.
Emu - Australian Coastal Safaris
Image credit: Australian Coastal Safaris (via Instagram: @auscoastsafaris)
When travelling on the Eyre Peninsula, expect to be held up by rush hour - which could be at any time! With so much wildlife around, sometimes an Australian Coastal Safaris tour will be held up to let a local cross the road (or even use the road!).
Recommended tour: Port Lincoln Wildlife Encounters (2D/2N)
Rainbow Bee-eater - FNQ Nature Tours
Image credit: FNQ Nature Tours (via Instagram: @fnq_naturetours)
We recently rated the stunning Rainbow Bee-eater at number 2 on our blog 'Australia's Top 10 Most Beautifully Coloured Birds' - FNQ Nature Tours catch regular sightings of this species in the Daintree Rainforest, just out of Cairns in northern Queensland.
Recommended tour: Daintree Exclusive (full day)
Australian Fur Seal - Wildlife Coast Cruises
Image credit: Wildlife Coast Cruises
"Smile!" A large group of Australian Fur-seals were out enjoying the waters (and cameras!) off the coast of Phillip Island. This is just another day for guests on a Wildlife Coast Cruises tour, with regular close-up sightings happening daily.
Recommended tour: Seal Watching Cruise (2 hours)
Koala - Exceptional Kangaroo Island
Image credit: Exceptional Kangaroo Island (via Instagram: @exceptionalkangarooisland)
Koalas really do live the good life! Guests of Exceptional Kangaroo Island stumble across multiple Koalas daily, but this one provided a great photo opportunity! Kangaroo Island is home to a large number of Koalas living in the wild!
Recommended tour: Kangaroo Island In Style (2D/1N)
Thorny Devil & Uluru - SEIT Outback Australia
Image credit: Mariam Charles (via Instagram: @mariam__xo)
Recommended tour: SEIT All (Uluru and Kata Tjuta) (5 hours)
Killer Whale - Naturaliste Charters
Image credit: Brodee Elsdon
The Bremer Bay Killer Whale season was spectacular, with regular sightings and plenty of activity in the water! Naturaliste Charters also operate Whale Watching tours out of Augusta from March until August. The Bremer Bay tours will resume in December.
Recommended tour: Augusta Whale Watching (2.5 hours)
Short-beaked Echidna - Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours
Image credit: Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours (via Instagram: @echidnawalkabout_)
Did you know that the Short-beaked Echidna is the world's oldest living mammal!? They are found across Australia, however, this one was spotted in the East Gippsland region of Victoria. Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours give you great viewing opportunities, such as this one captured recently!
Recommended tour: East Gippsland Wildlife Journey (4D/3N) - available from September until May.