Our Businesses

ACT
New South Wales
Boutique Tours Australia (Sydney region, Tours)
Caldera Regional Arts Inc
Dr. Greg. P. Clancy - Ecologist & Birding-Wildlife Guide (neNSW, Tours)
Cougal Park Bed & Breakfast (northeast NSW, Accommodation)
Dolphin Marine Magic, NSW
Wychwood Forest Escape (Accommodation, ne NSW)
Nth Territory
Denise Lawungkurr Goodfellow (Top End, Tours)
Desert Life (Alice region, Tours)
Experience the Wild, (Top End, Tours)
Pudakul Aboriginal Cultural Tours (Top End)
Sea Darwin (Tours, Top End,NT)
The Marketing Pod (marketing, Top End & Aust-wide)
Queensland
Alan's Wildlife Tours, Far North Qld, (Tours)
Araucaria Ecotours, SE Qld, (Tours)
B&B and Farmstay Assoc. of Far North Qld.(Accommodation)
Bushlore Australia, SE Qld, Other Services
Cassowary House & Cassowary Tours - Far North Qld (Accommodation & Tours)
Cedar Creek Estate Vineyard and Winery
Create-A-Tour (Tours, SE Qld)
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Gold Coast, QLD. (Attractions)
Daintree Boatman Nature Tours, Nth Qld. (Tours)
Eye To Eye Marine Encounters, Far North Qld. Tours
Federation Walk (Attraction, SE Qld)
Geonature Tours, SE Qld. (Tours)
Gondwana Guides, SE QLD. (Tours & Consultancies)
Hartley's Crocodile Adventures, Nth QLD. (Attraction)
Inter National Park Tours (Tours)
Kingfisher Park Birdwatchers Lodge, Nth QLD. (Accommodation)
Kirrama Wildlife Tours, Far North Qld (Tours)
Mt Barney Lodge, SE QLD. (Accommodation)
Off Road Adventure Safaris (Tours)
O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat, Villas and Lost World Spa, SE Qld, (Accommodation) (Tours) (Attractions)
Tolga Bat Hospital
World Wildlife Web
Sth Australia
Cleland Wildlife Park, SA, Att
Tasmania
Bonorong Wildlife Park, Attraction
Devils @ Cradle, TAS
East Coast Natureworld, Att, TAS
Gunns Plains Caves
Huon Bush Retreats, TAS
Inala Nature Tours, TAS
King Island Accommodation Cottages
Maria Island Walk
Mountain Valley Wilderness Holidays, TAS
Pennicott Wilderness Journeys, TAS
Platypus House (Att, Tas)
Wineglass Bay Cruises, TAS
Wing's Wildlife Park, TAS
Tanglefoot Tours, TAS
Tasmanian Devil Park
Trowunna Wildlife Park (Att, Tas)
Victoria
Echidna Walkabout (Tours)
Kingbilli Country Estate, VIC, Acc
Longhorn YOUnique Tours Pty Ltd, VIC,
Moonlit Sanctuary (Attraction)
Sea-Safari on Lakes-Explorer, VIC, (Tours)
Venus Bay Eco Retreat, VIC, Acc
Western Australia
Armadale Reptile Centre, WA
Kimberley Birdwatching, WA
Kimberley Quest, WA
Kimberley Whales, Tour, WA
Mandurah Cruises (Tour, sw WA)
Oceanwise, WA, Tours
Raptor Presentations, WA
International
Gondwana Guides, SE QLD. (Tours & Consultancies)
Inter National Park Tours (Tours)
Sicklebill Safaris (to New Guinea, Pacific Islands and Africa)

Seeing Wildlife in the Northern Territory

Even for many Australians, a visit to Northern Territory is like entering other country. Dramatic red cliffs, plenty of crocodiles, enormous termite mounds, some of which are lined up magnetically, vast wetlands with multitudes of waterbirds, many opportunities to experience traditional Aboriginal culture, journeys of hundreds of kilometres without seeing a house, lush oases surrounded by widespread deserts, and of course our most famous natural landscape, Uluru (originally called Ayer’s Rock by white settlers, not reverted to its Indigenous name).

The world-renowned World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park is a permanent tropical home for one third of Australia’s bird species. Billabongs in the park attract a variety of magnificent birds including jabirus, jacanas, spoonbills, kingfishers, magpie geese and egrets. But the most famous resident of the top end is probably the saltwater crocodile or ‘saltie’, seen in billabongs and rivers, resting on mud flats and even floating around Darwin Harbour!

The Top End  fauna (northern part of NT) also includes water pythons, turtles, frill-necked lizards and barramundi to kangaroos, wallabies, emus, dingoes, flying foxes and thorny devils. You can see some of these in captivity in the Territory Wildlife Park, a couple of hours’ drive south of Darwin.

Further south, you encounter the vast wide open spaces and wonderful desert scenery of Central Australia (Australia’s ‘Red Centre’). This includes, about half a day’s drive from Alice Springs,  the famous Uluru (formerly Ayers Rock), rising in spectacular fashion from the surrounding landscape, glowing in reds, golds and purples as the sun sets, and rich in Aboriginal legend. Keep an eye out for euros (a species of kangaroo), cockatoos, ringneck parrots, honeyeaters, bustards, zebra finches, kestrels, whistling kites and an abundance of lizards.

The Alice Springs Desert Park is a good place to see a variety of native animals in semi-natural settings spread over 1,300ha, and with good educational facilities, including audiotapes you can carry with you around the Park.

 

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