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SPECIAL INTEREST TOURS
Our special interest tours are dedicated to the pursuit of your particular focus. This could be a fully inclusive 3 day birdwatching charter or perhaps you and your family would like to join one of our citizen science tours and take an active part in wildlife conservation. Far North Queensland boasts a beautiful tropical climate which our native wildlife are well adapted too. Overnight tours allow us the privilege of spending time with Crepuscular and Nocturnal wildlife to add to the overall quality of our observations.
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FNQ 2 DAY PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
The Wet Tropics World Heritage area offers a sublime mixture of landscapes, including waterfalls, mountain ranges, idyllic streams, deep gorges and dense rainforest. These diverse habitats provide photographers with abundant opportunities to photograph flowering plants, butterflies, insects, frogs, reptiles, marsupials and a significant proportion of Australia’s glorious songbirds.
Join our Expert Nature Photography Guide, Kelvin Marshall in showcasing this region’s extraordinary biodiversity. Kelvin Marshall is a renowned Far North Queensland nature photographer who has had extensive experience in showcasing the region’s extraordinary biodiversity, as a full-time interpretive guide.
FNQ 3 DAY
The Wet Tropics stretch from Townsville to Cooktown, encompassing approximately 9000sq. km of rainforest interspersed with farmland, rivers and tropical savannah, not to mention coastline and coral cays. Such an array of habitats explains the region’s high diversity of flora and fauna. With more than 450 Avian Species recorded, including 13 Endemics, it’s Australia’s twitching mecca, and you don’t have to venture far from Cairns to enjoy a rich bird watching experience in a variety of environments.
Join the team at FNQ Nature Tours and local birding experts, while we cover a vast variety of birding hotspots in Far North Queensland.
SPOTTED-TAILED QUOLL: BEHIND THE SCENES WITH RESEARCHES
Become a citizen scientist for a day!
Many iconic and captivating animal species including rare and endemic creatures call the rainforests of the Wet Tropics home. This includes marsupials, reptiles, invertebrates, over 320 species of birds and much more. We are offering an exclusive opportunity to work alongside industry experts and assist in conducting valuable research that will aid in the preservation of Far North Queensland’s endangered wildlife! This behind the scenes tour provides a unique opportunity to enter research locations not accessible to the public to observe the endangered Spotted-tailed Quoll.
Alberto Vale and Justin McMahon are our expert research guides and they have been carefully studying these fascinating and mysterious creatures for several years. Join them in the rainforest and take part in their research projects.
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