Natural Focus Safaris

Australian Wilderness and Wildlife – 10 Days

Overview – Australian Wilderness and Wildlife

Kangaroos, koalas, kookaburras and wombats are amongst the many icons of the Australian bush. Uncover the country’s varied landscapes and prolific wildlife on this epic Australian Wilderness and Wildlife tour, which begins on the teeming Mary River floodplains. Spend a day in the only Australian capital where native wildlife are a common sight, before visiting Uluru, in the country’s surprisingly hospitable crimson heart. Complete your journey in the company of seals and sea lions on Kangaroo Island’s craggy coastline.

This Australian Wilderness and Wildlife itinerary is simply an example illustrating how we can tailor the perfect experience to suit your travelling style, budget and interests.

We can design this trip to suit your specific requirements
Any aspect of the itinerary can be customised, from excursions to accommodation

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Southern Ocean Lodge
Bamurru Plains
Longitude 131

Australian Wilderness and Wildlife Sample Itinerary

Accommodation Options

Private Tour Sample Itinerary
10 Days/11 nights
Departs ex Darwin

Route Map

Australian Wilderness and Wildlife
  • A luxurious eco-camp on the pristine Mary River floodplains
  • Home to 236 bird species in numbers rarely found elsewhere
  • Fishing, bush walking and airboat excursions
  • Darwin, the only Australian capital where wildlife is ubiquitous
  • Crocodile and wallabies within city limits
  • Australia’s Red Centre with its fascinating desert creatures
  • Marvellous Uluru
  • Adelaide, South Australia’s leafy capital
  • Kangaroo Island, Australia’s answer to the Galapagos
  • Surreal rock formations, fur seals and sea lions

Getting There

This sample itinerary fittingly begins on the Mary River floodplains, where crocodiles and kangaroos are a common sight. Both private and scheduled charter flights can be organised from Darwin to your chosen eco-lodge, while self-driving is also possible albeit a less popular option.


Find out more about the destinations featured in this sample itinerary.

Combine With

This unforgettable holiday covers the wildlife of north, central and southern Australia. For your next adventure, why not consider Western Australia? The idyllic Margaret River region offers seasonal whale-watching as well as old-growth hardwood forests inhabited by a host of endemic species, while farther up the coast at Ningaloo Reef, you may be lucky enough to swim with migrating whale sharks and turtles.

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