Sep 12th 2018 8:32pm
O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week returns to Lamington National Park for one whole week this spring and it’s not one missed for birdwatchers and nature-lovers in the Queensland area. This year will mark its 41st annual event, where experienced ornithologists will guide you through Lamington National Park to see over 200 species of Australian bird.
For those with a passion for birdwatching, O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week is one of the best times to head to the Gold Coast, where three and seven day tour packages will treat you to some of Australia’s rarest birds. Lamington National Park is one of Queensland’s largest parks, renowned for being a World Heritage listed site home to over 20,000 hectares of natural rainforest, bushwalking paths, scenic mountainous views, and hundreds of species of wildlife as well as birdlife.
Over the course of O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week you’ll get to discover over 200 species of the 230 varieties of sub-tropical birds listed in Lamington National Park. These will include rare species such as the Albert’s lyrebird, Bowerbird, Paradise riflebird, Rufous scrubbird, Regent bowerbird, and many more. Experienced tour guides will give you information along the way and you’ll be able to meet like-minded bird enthusiasts, providing a memorable bushwalking and birdwatching experience that takes place only once a year.
For the chance to explore Lamington National Park and see over 200 colourful species of Australian bird make sure to head to the Gold Coast this spring for O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week, taking place from November 11 to November 18.
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