Lords Safaris has developed a Kakadu birding tour exclusively for its partnership with Australian Wildlife Journeys.
World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park is one of the most pristine environments left on the planet. The combination of soil floodplains, paper bark swamps, savannah woodlands, monsoonal rain forests and river mangroves makes this one of the world’s great birdwatching sites. There is an immense concentration of birds, with over 280 species found across the region.
This outstanding three-day birding tour showcases sighting opportunities across various habitats, including iconic species such as the Brolga, Black-necked stork (Jabiru), Magpie goose, Whistling duck, Great egret, Royal spoonbill, Comb-crested Jacana, Radjah shelduck, Green pygmy goose, Great bowerbird, Azure kingfisher, Forest kingfisher, White-bellied sea eagle, Great-billed heron, Red-tailed black cockatoo and Pheasant coucal.
For more information on our Kakadu birding tour and to organise your personalised itinerary, contact us.