Birding and Wildlife


Considered a world-class bird watching destination in its own right, the Savannah Way with its diverse habitats, seasonal weather patterns and location of migratory routes attracts birders from across the world.

Australia’s tropical savannahs are home to 55 of Australia’s 90 seed eating birds including parrots, quails and pigeons, 13 endemics as well as 14 of Australia’s 18 finch species.

Great bird sightings are available all through the year, with most wildlife concentrated around water. Early morning or late afternoon is generally the best time of day for bird watching.

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