Half day or full day tours to various habitats in the Clarence Valley. Extended tours are available by arrangement, contact Greg for information.

Tours and Guiding                


Parks Eco Pass LIC14/67   :  4WD accredited  :  Animal Care and Ethics Approval  : Member Wildlife Tourism Australia

Bird species likely to be seen include:


Black-necked Stork

Comb-crested Jacana

various duck and tern species

Black Swans



Locally breeding:

Australian Pied Oystercatcher

Beach Stone-curlew

Red-capped Plover

Sooty Oystercatcher

HALF-DAY tour visiting the freshwater wetlands of the Lawrence area and culminating at the estuarine wetlands of the Clarence Estuary at Yamba.

FULL-DAY option includes a return trip through the wetlands of the Coldstream River area.

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Lower Clarence Wetlands

Northern hemisphere migrants:

Eastern Curlew

Bar-tailed Godwit


Greater Sand Plover

Lesser Sand Plover



Contact me for your

Christmas holiday

wildlife adventure.


Gibraltar Range and Washpool National Parks    

Threatened fauna species likely to be seen include:
Glossy Black-Cockatoo

Wompoo Fruit-Dove

Scarlet Robin

The Rufous Scrub-bird may be seen but it is an extremely cryptic bird and while it can be heard quite well in the breeding season it cannot always be observed.  

FULL-DAY tour to the granite country of the Gibraltar Range with its stunning granite outcrops and wildflower displays during the spring.

Many wildflowers in the area are unique to the northern New South Wales granite belt. The parks have their own species of Waratah Telopea aspera and threatened fauna species are often observed here.

SPECIAL 6 Hour Nocturnal Tour available.

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Special 6 hr Nocturnal Tour (includes travel time):

Parma Wallaby


Long-nosed Potoroo

Spotted-tailed Quoll

​New England Tree Frog

Stuttering Frog

Greater Glider

Common Ringtail Possum


Uncommon fauna species likely to be seen include:

Red-browed Treecreeper Australian Logrunner

Superb Lyrebird (Edwards race) Bassian Thrush

Noisy Pitta

Southern Emu-wren

Red-necked Pademelon



Dorrigo National Park

Dorrigo National Park is situated near the town of Dorrigo and protects a variety of rainforest ecosystems.  



Bird species present include:

Paradise Riflebird, Superb Lyrebird (Edward's race), Wompoo Fruit-Dove, Grey Goshawk and Noisy Pitta.  Both the Bassian and Russet-tailed Thrushes occur there.


A variety of mammals, reptiles and amphibians also can be seen. 

Western NSW trip by arrangement

Visit the wonderful parks of far western NSW - Sturt, Kinchega, Mutawintji.  See arid NSW with Red Kangaroos, Western Grey Kangaroos, Emus, raptors, chats, quail-thrush, a diversity of parrots and many more. 


Timing, duration and cost by arrangement.