Tour Package 1
Half Day Iron Range Bird Watching Tour (4 hours)
Discover Iron Range National Park through this Bird-watching Tour led by Chris Dean, your indigenous guide. Experience this four-hour thrill…
Tour Package 2
Bird Tracking Tour in the Iron Range National Park
Being known as one of the top three biodiversity hot spots in Australia, Iron Range Wildlife is a home to 86 species of unique mix of birds that…
Iron Range Is Home to Unique Species of Birds
Birdwatchers come from all over Australia and the World to see the unique assortment of birds and animals found at Iron Range. Eighteen (18) species of special and unique birds can be found at Iron Range National Park. Unique reptiles and mammals can also be found here. Professional bird watchers can contact Chris for current local knowledge on the location of specialist birds..
Book Your Birding Tour in Queensland with Chris Dean
Don’t miss out, join local indigenous ecologist, Chris Dean and let him show you the special wildlife of Iron Range.
Wildlife can be difficult to see, however Chris’s unique local, tribal and cultural knowledge will bring together the collective knowledge of a life time of living in the area. Chris is also happy to share insights from one of the oldest traditional cultures on earth.
Chis will make this a genuine and authentic Cape York experience. This is one of the best Bird watching tours in Australia. A once in a life time opportunity not to be missed. Book your birding tours now!
Cape York Peninsula is one of the World’s last accessible wilderness areas. It is one of the top three biodiversity hot spots in Australia.
The tropical rain forests of the Iron Range area have the highest biodiversity in Cape York. Because of its proximity to Papua New Guinea, Cape York has functioned as a land bridge between Australia and PNG over the millennia due to rising and lowering sea levels.
This allowed for the emigration of plants and animals between the two landmasses.
Cape York as one of the great wilderness areas still left on earth
Cape York is one of the great wilderness areas still left on earth. Cape York has become accessible to the new breed of intrepid explorers willing to deal with the rough and tumble conditions of the dirt roads, extreme weather events and remote locations. Modern four wheel drive vehicles have allowed visitors to enjoy the beautiful landscapes and stunning wildlife in relatively luxurious conditions compared to visitors decades ago.