Wildlife Research Eco tour
2 Day Wildlife Research Eco Tour
Tidbinbilla nature reserve is a haven for some of Australia’s most iconic wildlife including kangaroos, emus, platypus and koalas, and the critically endangered Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby and Northern Corroboree Frog. Visit areas normally off limits to the public on these exclusive experiences. These are rewarding opportunities to make a personal and lasting contribution to wildlife conservation.
Tours are run in partnership between Tidbinbilla (Parks and Conservation ACT) and Conservation Volunteers.
The students had a lovely time, the other couple on the tour were very friendly and the driver and guides were also great! Our Volunteer guides were also very enthusiastic, so it was an enjoyable evening.
Institute For Study Abroad (IFSA) - Butler University - March 2015
Our Torchlight tour was fantastic! Thanks so much to you and the guys who so generously guided us on the tour. It was truly one of the highlights of our visit. Hope we can do it again.
National Defense University - Washington DC, March 2015
My family and I thoroughly enjoyed our Tid by Torchlight experience, thank you. The walk with Tony (a Conservation Volunteers volunteer) was great, my cousin from England particularly enjoyed seeing the wildlife in their natural habitat. The gourmet barbecue did not disappoint and was cooked to perfection by Tatiana. At dusk we ventured to the koala enclosure and saw 4 juveniles before beginning the spotlight walk. We all thoroughly enjoyed the walk.
S. Kelly - Canberra, Feb 2015
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