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Birding Northern Territory: Kakadu National Park and More

The Northern Territory is Australia’s least populous area, and we can expect some superb birding in spectacularly wild landscapes and undisturbed forests.

Expect a good variety of waterbirds on coastal mudflats, wetlands, and floodplains.

More Details About this Trip:

Explore savannah woodland and dramatic sandstone escarpments at the World Heritage Kakadu National Park, looking for endemic sandstone species among many others.

Take an enjoyable sunrise cruise on the Yellow Waters billabong looking for species such as Great-billed Heron and Buff-sided Robin.

Opportunities to see some ancient Aboriginal rock art.



15 Days: 10,650 AUD, $6,830 USD
20 Days: 13,650 AUD, $8,750 USD

Best Deal this Module: 6000 AUD, $3,980 USD

Group Size: Price is based on a group size of 7 or 8 participants


Upcoming Dates: 

October 18 to 24, 2024

May 9 to 15, 2025


Top Reasons to Book Tour


Black-breasted Kite, Red-backed Fairywren, Masked Finch, Little Friarbird, Red-winged Parrot, Black-tailed Whistler, Shining Flycatcher,y find Little Curlew, Wandering Whistling-Duck, Australasian Swamphen, Long-tailed Finch, Marsh Sandpiper, Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove, Varied Lorikeet, White-lined Honeyeater, Black-tailed Treecreeper, Black-banded Fruit-Dove, Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo,Helmeted Friarbird, Northern Fantail, Varied Lorikeet, Red-winged Parrot, Blue- winged Kookaburra, Olive-backed Oriole, Chestnut-quilled Rock-Pigeon, Sandstone Shrikethrush, Channel-billed Cuckoo, Pacific Baza, Partridge Pigeon, Sacred Kingfisher, Golden-headed Cisticola, Australian Hobby, Bar-breasted Honeyeater, Pink-eared Duck, Brolga, Sharp-tailed Sandpiper, Forest Kingfisher, Little Kingfisher, and Azure Kingfisher, Green Pygmy-Goose, White-bellied Sea-Eagle, Restless Flycatcher, Shining Flycatchers, Buff-banded Rail, Great-billed Heron, Great Bowerbird, Chestnut-backed Buttonquail, Partridge Pigeon, Northern Rosella, White-throated Gerygone, Black-chinned Honeyeater, Rufous-throated Honeyeater, Banded Honeyeaters, Red-backed Kingfisher, Olive-backed Oriole, Brown Falcon, Gray-crowned Babbler, White-eyed Duck, Pied Stilt, White-winged Triller, Buff-sided Robin, Plumed Whistling-Duck, Radjah Shelduck, Australian Yellow White-eye, Red-headed Honeyeater, Mangrove Robin, Chestnut Rail, Rainbow Pitta, Rose-crowned Fruit-Dove, Brolga, White-browed Crake, Comb-crested Jacana, Forest Kingfisher, Tawny Grassbird, Brush Cuckoo, Little Bronze-Cuckoo, Crimson Finch, Black-breasted Kite.


Black Wallaroo, Dingo, Short-eared Rock-Wallaby

Other Highlights

Monsoonal vine forest, savannah woodlands, paperback forest, sandstone escarpments, riverine habitats, wetlands and billabongs, mangroves, and coastal mudflats.

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