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  • Support Australia's Wildlife Affected by Bushfires through Travel

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    It’s been truly heart-breaking to see images from bushfire affected regions across Australia in recent weeks. A significant amount of prime habitat and native animals have been lost, but much remains. The combination of the mobility of animals, ability to survive and in some cases thrive due to fires, means...

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  • Our Favourite Member Photographs: December 2019

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    Buff-breasted Paradise Kingfisher - FNQ Nature Tours Image credit: FNQ Nature Tours (via Facebook: @fnqnaturetours) The Buff-breasted Paradise Kingfisher is a migrant visitor to the Tablelands area in of Far North Queensland during the warmer summer months. This image was captured with FNQ Nature Tours during a birding trip in...

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  • Q&A With Guides: Karin Beaumont

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    Karin Beaumont has been part of the Premier Travel Tasmania team for more than eight years. We chatted with her just before the festive season, to find out more about her love for the Australian island-state of Tasmania! Have you always called Tasmania home? I’ve now lived over half my...

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  • Species Feature: Common Wombat

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    The Common Wombat (Vombatus ursinus) is one of Australia's most endeared native marsupial species. Known for their playful nature and backwards-facing pouches, the Common Wombat is a choice encounter for many visitors to Australia! Where is the Common Wombat found in Australia? Common Wombats are found across south-eastern Australia, which...

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  • Tour Spotlight: Eyre Peninsula Wildlife & Ocean Encounters

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    Australian Coastal Safaris offers a spectacular three-day wildlife journey on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula. Just a 50-minute flight from Adelaide, the Eyre Peninsula is home to numerous iconic Australian marine and land species. Enjoy the stunning landscapes, wildlife encounters, amazing seafood and warm hospitality led by David Doudle and his...

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