Quintessential rainforest has had another good year with plenty of rain along the coast culminating at the volcanic Dorrigo plateau. Birds like Barred Cuckoo-shrike, Wompoo Pigeon, Emerald Dove, Little Shrike-thrush, Brolga, Black-necked Stork, Beach-stone Curlew, Brahminy Kite, Regent Bowerbird, Spectacled Monarch, Little Terns, Jacana and Topknot Pigeon are just some of those on display in this magnificent region.
Pale-yellow Robin by Chris Charles
With luck a male Paradise Riflebird displaying...
The lovely coast takes you away to warm spring days, leaving you beside the beautiful blue of the ocean to witness wading birds returning in the golden sunshine and the deep dense green of subtropical rainforests. A treat for your eyes, ears and heart.
At Urunga on the coast we will be walking over the tidal waters full of Soldier Crabs, waders of all descriptions to surprise, perhaps even a Red-backed Fairy-wren in the dunes behind the beach.
Little Tern by Neil Fifer
Brush-turkey, Noisy Pitta, Pale-yellow Robin, Logrunner, Large-billed Scrubwren, Little Shrike-thrush and Catbirds are all possible down in the littoral rainforest of the Bruxner Park State Forest. And a Brahminy Kite soaring over Bongil-Bongil Creek will stretch your heart with its vivid colour. Even the bright and busy heart of Coffs Harbour has a bird safe-haven at the Botanic Gardens with 100 species within the beautiful subtropical gardens.
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$3410.00 per person twin share/double
$180.00 single supplement
Please phone Follow That Bird to check if seats are available then fill in the booking form and send to Follow That Bird. Your place on the tour is not guaranteed until we receive the payment.
Follow That Bird aims to provide a high standard of interpretive guiding on each trip to make your birdwatching holiday a special one. With small groups, attention to personal service and lots of good fun, we're sure you will enjoy your time with us.
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