Wildlife Tours in Western Australia

Australia is the land for adventures. A country where every wild and beautiful scenery is in abundance, with rainforests of North Queensland, a vast coastline, and rocky outcrops of Kakadu, Kimberleys, and Uluru, adventure becomes the sole attraction for those who seek it. One of the best attractions when it comes to Australia is its animals. Australia has 378 species of mammals, 828 species of birds, 4000 species of fishes and 50 species of marine mammals, the diversity of which you cannot contemplate unless you experience it first-hand. The best way to do it is to go for a wildlife tour in Australia. The Great Barrier Reef houses a diverse ecosystem of marine animals, which are a treat to see. Sighting an animal can take unpredicted amount of time. Sometimes, all you need is a one-day trip at the sea to sight a few dolphins, and then it may take you a week’s trip at a sanctuary to sight the bigger animals.


To begin with, you can take a one day tour of Penguin Island and Fremantle Town tour, where you can see sea lions and dolphins in your forty-five minute cruise of the Shoalwater Bay near Perth. After that, you can explore the island and go for the morning Penguin feed show at the Penguin Discovery Centre. You can also go for the one day tour of Caversham National PArk and Gold Mint. When it comes to Western Australia, it’s the centre for exploring wildlife. Some of the places you can visit here are Neil Hawkins Park, Lake Joondalup and the town of Lancelin, Nambung National Park, Pinnacles Desert Discovery Centre etc. Some other places for the best wildlife tours in Australia are the Yanchep National Park, Monkey Mia etc. Other places you can see alongside your wildlife tour are Swan Valley, Hillarys, Exmouth, Broome etc.

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