Byron Bay Wildlife Tours
Tours start November 2011, Please email us or call 0429 770 686 to make a booking
Byron Bay Wildlife Tours is Byron Bay's original eco-tour dealing specifically with the viewing of Australia’s unique mammals, birds and reptiles in their natural environment.
Have a look at our wildlife tour film
Birdlife is very abundant viewings include: cockatoos, rosellas, lorikeets (representatives of the parrot family), rainbow bee eaters, fairy wrens, kookaburras, kingfishers, many types of water birds including pelicans, native ducks, sea eagles and kites. Byron Bay's Native wildlife is as diverse as it is fascinating. Being the most Easterly point of Australia and sitting right on the Continental Shelf (deep water), this region offers Australia's best whale and dolphin viewing lookouts.
The extensive knowledge of our tour guide together with their passionate love of nature enriched the experience.
Larry & Sarah - Michigan, USA
The countryside and coastline of Northern New South Wales is stunning. The wildlife tour covers the coastline to the south of Byron Bay, through the hills, orchards to old growth forests, open woodlands and grassy plains as well as coastal heath. Small country towns and villages are dotted along the way as are creeks, streams and the Richmond river snaking its way through the sugar cane fields. Byron Bay Wildlife Tours is an amazing experience of Australia’s unique natural heritage. This is something very special that you will never forget! Bring your camera there are incredible photo opportunities on our wildlife tours!
Byron Bay Wildlife Tours guarantees you'll see 7 different mammals including Koalas & Kangaroos, or your money back!
Watch the Wildlife Film...
Latest Diary Entries & Wildlife Sightings
Below are the latest diary entries from our wildlife tours. The aim of our diary is to let you know what wildlife you can expect to see with us. Every tour is unique and often you get to see some very rare species of animals native only to Australia!
First baby Whale spotted with mother returning to Antarctica; A dead New Zealand Fur Seal washed up on the beach at Lennox Head,unusual around here; Watched a White Bellied Sea Eagle take a Flying Fox from it`s roosting spot; Also witnessed Dolphins surfing a big swell off Ballina.... Read more »
by Byron Bay Wildlife Tours on 29-Oct-10 03:10
We were lucky enough to spot a very young Echidna waddling along the side of a deserted road;Humpback Whales being aggressive tail slapping,pectoral fin slapping & it seemed they were almost breaching with the intention of landing on their opponent.... Read more »
by Byron Bay Wildlife Tours on 29-Oct-10 03:06
Visit our online wildlife diary for more stories and wildlife sightings.