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  Guided birding tours in the Greater Melbourne region

Some of the sites that may be incorporated into a day or two's birding include the wet forests of the Great Dividing Range to the north-east, drier open forests and woodland to the west of Melbourne, and any number of coastal and inland wetland habitats found throughout the region. If required, one, two or three-day trips can be organised that will visit areas further afield and incorporate more habitats and the potential for more bird species.
The variety of habitats within close proximity to Melbourne allows for great diversity of possible bird species, and we can regularly find upwards of 100-120 species on any given day. However our aim is to provide a service that will cater purely to the needs and wants of our clients, so if it is only Little Penguins you wish to see, or alternatively if you would like to see as many species as possible in a day or two, either way is fine with us and we are happy to tailor a trip to accommodate your needs.
The following links provide details of our various habitat tour options:
Whiskered Tern 
Whiskered Tern, Jan 2010 - Photograph by Chris Tzaros.