Tasmania Birding Tour

Tasmania’s Birding and Wildlife – Overview

Our Tasmania tour is the perfect experience for those wanting to see all of Tasmania’s twelve endemic birds as well as the mammal highlights of Australia’s island state. In 5.5 fabulous days we will be searching for all of Tasmania’s endemic birds and iconic mammals like Tasmanian Devil, Platypus and Echidna. Tasmania boasts many species of plants and animals that are found nowhere else in the world: species which have either become extinct on the Australian mainland (eg. Tasmanian Devil, Eastern Quoll and Tasmanian Pademelon), or species which for various reasons, have always been confined to Tasmania, such as the Tasmanian endemic birds and plants. The ancient cool temperate rainforests of Tasmania contain a number of Gondwanan relicts plants, living fossils that have ancestors that can be traced back to the days when Australia was connected to other continents.

Twelve endemic birds are found in Tasmania and our aim is to see them all during this tour…!

For 2021, we’ve totally re-designed this popular Tasmania trip, for which you can download the itinerary below.

Upcoming Scheduled Departures:

  • AU$3799 per person

    accommodation and all meals, transport, expert guiding, entry fees, taxes.

    Not included:
    drinks, personal expenses, tips, pre- and post-tour accommodation/meals.

    Price based on double or twin-share occupancy. Single occupancy attracts a surcharge.

  • $99 Earlybird discount

    Earlybird discount of $99 applies for bookings received up to 6 months prior to departure.

  • Return-client discount

    Book a tour within 12 months of your last tour and receive 4% off your second tour, 6% off your third tour, 8% off your fourth tour and 10% off your 5th tour. If your bookings are made within 3 months of each other for tours that take place within the same calendar year, discount applies to the cheaper tour(s). Discounts are subject to change at any time at the discretion of Bellbird Tours Pty Ltd.

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