With Melbourne Birding Tours, experience the Great Ocean Road Birdwatching Tour, which takes place in one of the most scenic locations on earth.
The focus of this tour is the bird life, however you will be awe-struck at every turn by the rugged coastlines, pristine forests and the natural biodiversity of the region.
As you slowly make your way toward Cape Otway; the southernmost point of the Australian mainland, you will have the opportunity to stop along the way and search for some of the special birds that are found here; attempting to see the Southern Emu Wren, Gang Gang Cockatoo, the impressive Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo and the much sought after Rufous Bristlebird.
You will be given the best chance to see these species and more as you explore several different habitats on your way west to the award-winning Great Ocean Eco-Lodge.
Along the way you will see the birds, some mammals and learn about the area's history.
A 7:00am pick up, travelling down the Great Ocean Road to Cape Otway. Staying the night at the award winning Great Ocean Ecolodge.
You will drive back the next day at a leisurely pace, birding all the way.
Based in Victoria, Melbourne Birding Tours specialises in tours for birdwatchers, the beginners, the photographers and the serious twitcher. Be it birding, bird watching or just enjoying nature, Melbourne Birding Tours can give you an amazing experience.
They are experts in small, private, customisable birding tours and specialise in birding tours, concentrating all efforts into the best birding tours for our clients.
Melbourne Birding Tours are the only full-time birding tour specialists located in Melbourne.
With a professional guide who has over seven years wildlife guiding experience, 15 years birding experience and a friendly laid-back approach, Paul Hackett is thrilled with the reaction he has had from his guests, including the 148 five star reviews on TripAdvisor.
With more than 500 species of birds in Victoria, it is a birdwatcher's paradise. Victoria has so many special birds such as the Superb Lyrebird, Hooded Plover and the spectacle of thousands of waders during the summer months.
Not many visitors aware that in under an hours drive from Melbourne there is a wetland which has a similar amount of species per square metre as Kakadu National Park.
For further information please contact Melbourne Birding Tours or visit the website.
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