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Eungella Bird and Wildlife Week is back for a second year of magic in the Queensland rainforest this spring. Woohoo!

After a super successful first run in 2017, this year brings Eungella’s wildlife front and centre. Alongside daily expert-guided bird watching, there will be specialty wildlife walks and night spotlighting tours! And why not, Eungella is one of the best places in Australia to spot platypus!

There’s also a local farm tour and paddock-to-plate lunch, a visit to Finch Hatton Gorge, bird documentary screenings and much more in store, all with an aim to introduce you to a new and spectacular place (and it’s vibrant community!).

The week is also a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get up close and personal with the Eungella Honeyeater, an endemic species found nowhere else in the world!

Wild Mob - Eungella Bird and Wildlife Week 2018A Eungella Honeyeater captured by Barry Deacon at last year’s bird week. 

Eungella National Park lies in the hinterland of central Queensland, just outside Mackay. The National Park and associated Clark Connors Range is the largest patch of tropical rainforest in Australia. Eungella supports almost 900 species of plants and a spectacular array of wildlife, including 227 recorded bird species.

Wild Mob - Eungella Bird and Wildlife Week 2018An Azure Kingfisher captured by Barry Deacon at Eungella Bird Week 2017

The festivities run from 17-22 September 2018.

Early birds get the discounts!

Keen to join us in Eungella? Book your ticket before 28 Feb 2018 and you’ll receive 10% off the total cost! Fly to it!

Book now for 10% off your tickets!

Wild Mob - Eungella Bird and Wildlife Week 2018A Scarlett Honeyeater captured by Barry Deacon at last year’s bird week.

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