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Comfortable Nine Grasswren Birding Tour 2022 – July Departure – Mt Isa to Adelaide – 16 Days

25 July 2022 - 10 August 2022

This is a slow-paced version of our flagship Nine Grasswren tour, one of Australia’s epic birding adventures. We will look for nine of Australia’s 13 Grasswren species: Striated, Short-tailed, Western, Thick-billed, Eyrean, Grey, Kalkadoon, Carpentarian and Opalton Grasswren. From Mildura we’ll explore the vast ‘Mallee’ scrub, then follow the Austral autumn north across endless expanses of outback scenery. We travel the length of the Birdsville track, visit the stark country around Boulia-Winton, the scenic Flinders Ranges and finish in the rocky hills of Mt Isa. This trip is a real adventure (yet fully accommodated), taking it easy by adding an extra 3 days to the standard itinerary. Timed to travel through the heart of the outback during the Austral winter season, a great time to go birding, we will have plenty of opportunity during these 15 days to see over 200 species, and besides the Grasswrens we have a good chance of many other sought-after birds like Red-lored Whistler, Banded Whiteface, Chestnut and Cinnamon Quail-thrush, Gibberbird, Yellow Chat, Inland Dotterel, Flock Bronzewing, Spinifex Pigeon, Hall’s Babbler, Bourke’s Parrot, Mallee & Rufous-crowned Emu-wren, Painted Finch and even the enigmatic Grey Falcon.

Accommodation will be of the best available standard; the drives have been shortened; we’ll take plenty of breaks; the food will be of the best available, and where we have to take a picnic lunch, it will be gourmet style. We have secured access to some new birding sites exclusively for this trip. The rewards will be some of Australia’s most sought-after outback species, wonderful scenery and great camaraderie. Read on below to whet your appetite!


25 July 2022
10 August 2022
AU$8,999 per Person
FULL - waitlist, pls contact us


Departs From:
Mt Isa, Qld
Finishes At:
Adelaide, SA


Michael Greenshields
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