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.

Wildlife Research Eco tour

2 Day Wildlife Research Eco Tour

Tidbinbilla Private Safari

2 Day Camping and Wildlife Safari
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Snooze with the Roos

2 Day Behind the Scenes Wildlife Tour
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Tid by Torchlight

Spotlight Tour
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Customer Feedback

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

We would like to thank you both for the absolutely wonderful camping experience.  We appreciate very much your sharing of your knowledge and experience with us, and we have learned so much from the two of you. The trip is definitely a top highlight of our Australian trip, and we felt so pampered throughout the two days we spent with you.  Obviously you have done a lot of preparation work beforehand so that the whole trip is smooth and trouble-free.  Great company, great scenery, great food, what more can one ask for!?’ Mark & Susan Zau, Hong Kong October 2014 

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