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Birding Tours

 Birding Watching & Nature Adventure
of the South East Queensland Region

From the Reefs to the Rainforests
A Bird Lovers journey through a most diverse set of beautifully scenic and natural Environments - The Best of South East Queensland

Sunshine coast and the Hinterland - Bribie Island and Palmerston Passage - Gympie Wetlands - Rainbow Beach - Inskipp Point - Cooloola National Park
Lady Elliot Island and the  Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area - Great Sandy Strait - The South Burnett Gordonbrook Dam and The Bunya Mountains

 Thursday 30th Jan to Monday 10th February 2025
      12 Days / 11 Nights                  Fully Escorted           Small Group Birding Tour  
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A Premier 
Birding Expedition in
papua new guinea

 Tari Gap's Ambua Lodge - Mt Hagen's Kumul Lodge
Tabubil & Kiunga - Fly & Elevala River - Varirata N.P. Shore and Water Birds around Port Moresby
includes Iconic Mt Hagen "Sing Sing" Show         Optional New Britain Island Extension -
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    Thursday 17th to Wednesday 30th August 2023
PLUS Optional 5 Day Pre-tour Extension from Sat.12th Aug.

Tour Package includes All Meals, Accommodation, Guides, Sightseeing, Entry Fees to all activities, Porterage, Transfers, Land & water Transport & Experienced Australian Tour Leaders 

    *And All Domestic Air Flights within Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea is an exotic, exciting developing nation that encompasses the eastern half of the island of New Guinea and its offshore islands. It is a fascinating country of immense cultural and biological diversity and is known for its high mountains, impenetrable rain forests, mighty rivers, volcanoes, beaches and spectacular coral reefs.   New Guinea, the planet’s second largest island, was the last inhabited landmass to be explored by Europeans and roads are still yet to find their way through much of the rugged countryside. Despite its proximity to Australia, Papua New Guinea remains a frontier; there are still many traditional tribal villages, often with their own languages, where old traditions and cultures still hold pride of place. 

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