Coates Wildlife Tours 2022

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Specialists in Nature Tours since 1986

Informative naturalist leaders • Small groups (6 – 12 participants)
• Tag along places available on some trips •
Choose one of our fully accommodated or remote camping tours

Wildlife  of the Southern Forests (Accommodated Tour)
10 Day (Accommodated Tour)—Perth to Perth – Departs 25th March 2022
The south west of WA is one of the world’s major biodiversity hotspots. A large portion of its beautiful landscapes and natural attractions are also protected, which means they’re the best places to observe native flora and fauna. We have chosen a selection of some of the regions finest natural highlights on this ten day tour.

13 Day Pilbara Reef Ranges (Accommodated tour).
Perth to Newman 25th April – 7 May 2022.
Head north of WA for sea birding colonies on coral islands, marine life, coral reefs Karijini’s gorges. Abrolhos Islands, Shark Bay, Ningaloo Reef and Karijini National Park.

15 Day Western Wanderer (Easy camping tour).
Perth to Broome 28 May – 11 June 2022.
Highlights include, marine life, coral reefs, (Abrolhos Islands, Shark Bay). The Karijini National Parks gorges and the history and wildlife of the Marble bar area as well as the diverse geology of the area and the history of the track builders themselves.

12 Day (Small Group) Lake Eyre Basin and Flinders Ranges Expedition (4 nights Accom & 7 nights remote Camping)
Alice Springs to Adelaide – Departs 18th July 2022

This tour covers some of South Australia s most historic outback locations in the Lake Eyre Basin and both the North and South Flinders Ranges. Both the Flinders and the arid Lake Eyre Basin offer vastly different examples of our great country and provide an opportunity for a wide range of arid zone flora fauna sightings.

10 Day W.A.’s Mid West Wildflowers (Accommodated Tour).
Perth to Perth 17 – 26 Sept. 2022.
See botanical hotspots north of Perth during wildflower season. The trip covers a diverse array of landscapes with the farmlands of the wheat belt before covering the highlights of the Kalbarri National Park and the northern sand plains around Eneabba, Badgingarra and the Mt Lesueur National Park.

Golden Outback (Remote Camping Tour – Tag Along Places Available)
9 Day Tour—Perth to Perth 22nd October 2022
Maximum of 10 participants (6 Participants in lead vehicles plus 4 participants in 2 tag along vehicles)
This is a trip with a bit of everything – Historic goldfield towns, the Gormley outback sculptures at Lake Ballard, Credo Station, Rowles lagoon and the recently protected Helena and Aurora Ranges, one of the last examples of banded iron stone formations still left in Australia and home to many endemic species.

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