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Wildlife, Wildlife Parks, Eco-Accommodation, Wildlife Tours
and Other Wildlife Related Products and Services throughout Australia

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We are in process of making it easier to find the wildlife experiences of your choice, so keep tuned. eanwhile, please click here to get started on finding information for each region and for various activities and wildlife types

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 87% of Australia’s mammals, 45% of its birds, 93% of its reptiles, 94% of its amphibians, 85% of the inshore fish in southern, temperate-zone waters, and 86% of vascular plants are endemic: that is, they are found nowhere else.

Australian habitats include snow-capped mountains, mountain heaths, tropical rainforest, Eucalyptus forests and woodlands, sandy or stony deserts, low arid shrublands,salt lakes, freshwater lakes,  desert grasses, tropical and subtropical coral reefs, species-rich temperate marine habitats, and more, with many variations on each. The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef ecosystem, with a high diversity of species and associated habitats.

The pages linked to from this section will lead to

  • a description of what is special about each region
  • some of the major wildlife tourist destinations: major zoos, national parks and wildlife-rich regions
  • tours – birding, whale-watching, general wildlife-viewing …
  • eco-lodges and other accommodation close to good wildlife-viewing areas
  • wildlife parks, zoos and other wildlife attractions

We are in process of making it easier to find the wildlife experiences of your choice, so keep tuned. eanwhile, please click here to get started on finding information for each region and for various activities and wildlife types