Birdlife Australia is a recent amalgamation of this country's two peak birding organisations - Birds Australia and Bird Observation & Conservation Australia (BOCA, featuring such projects the Atlas of Australian Birds and The Woodland Birds for Biodiversity Project, as well as topics relating to bird conservation, recent bird sightings, threatened species, and membership information.
This is a database for unusual and interesting bird sightings and surveys. It includes a link to Birdline
Victoria, which has up-to-date news of recent sightings and reports in
Victoria. There is data also available on this website for sightings and surveys elsewhere throughout
Australia and the world.
This is the website for Australian Ornithological Services, which operates from Deniliquin in southern NSW. Contact Philip & Patricia Maher for itineraries of upcoming trips, or chat to them about the birds you may wish to see in inland and northern
Lloyd Nielsen's Birding Australia is a comprehensive website promoting up to date information on books, publications and other relevant information for local and international birders. Lloyd's book "Birding Australia" is an extensive directory that offers copious information on the what, how and where of Australian birding, and online shop has books, CDs and other products for sale.
Long-established Daintree birdwatching accommodation, Red Mill House in Daintree is owned and operated by keen birders with good local birding knowledge. Deluxe accommodation with expansive, bird-rich, tropical gardens. Easy access to
the Daintree River and Daintree National Park. Excellent birding opportunities, either escorted or independent, in a well known birding area. Speak to Trish or Andrew about organising a birding holiday amongst some of the world's most ancient rainforests, with the Great Barrier Reef literally just offshore. You will not forget this experience...ph: 07 4098 6233 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cassowary House is a small family run guest house which lies in the world heritage tropical rain forests of Far North Queensland, within 30 minutes drive of Cairns. It was established in 1985 as a guest-house for those with an interest in natural history, particularly birds, and was one of the first birding businesses to set up in Far North Queensland. You have to stay at least one night with Sue & Phil Gregory, if for nothing else the incredible breakfast spread that Sue puts on. Oh and the birds are good too, especially the Southern Cassowary that are frequent visitors to the garden. Phil also runs Sicklebill Safaris, email@example.com and can tailor a birding trip to your needs, be it in the local environs, further afield in Australia or anywhere in the world.