Red-bellied Pademelons - The Maria Island Walk
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Extinct on mainland Australia, these cute creatures are widespread in Tasmania and Maria Island!
Recommended tour: The Maria Island Walk - available until April 30, 2020.
Whale Shark - Exmouth Dive and Whalesharks Ningaloo
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A fantastic post-season Whale Shark sighting on the Ningaloo Reef! Next season kicks off in March - we can’t wait!
Recommended tour: Deluxe Whaleshark Swim (full day) - available from March 4 until August 31, 2020.
Lumholtz's Tree-Kangaroo - FNQ Nature Tours
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The spectacular Lumholtz's Tree-Kangaroo is just one of the amazing wildlife species found in the Cairns region!
Recommended tour: Tablelands & Crater Lakes (Full Day)
Long-nosed Fur Seal - Exceptional Kangaroo Island
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October is a fantastic time to visit Kangaroo Island, with a number of great juvenile wildlife encounters on show, such as the adorable Long-nosed Fur Seal pups.
Recommended tour: Kangaroo Island In Style (2D/1N)
Humpback Whale - Naturaliste Charters
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Straight out of the synchronised swimming handbook! A great shot aboard a Whale Watching tour out of the Margaret River region!
Recommended tour: Dunsborough Whale Watching - available until December 8, 2019.
Eastern Grey Kangaroos - Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours
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Playing or fighting? These Kangaroos were in fact playing - with a young spectator given a front row view in the You Yangs & Great Ocean Road region.
Recommended tour: Great Ocean Road (3D/2N)
Emu - Australian Coastal Safaris
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According to the Australian Coastal Safaris team, this shot was a combination of ‘a little bit of luck and a good camera!’ Emus are the second-largest living bird (by height) and are often encountered on the Eyre Peninsula.
Featured tour: Port Lincoln Wildlife Encounters (2D/2N)