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Wildlife holidays - Awe-inspiring, thrilling and memorable

The land down under is home to a plethora of incredible indigenous wildlife, including wallabies, kangaroo, dolphins and wombats – and here at Australian Sky, we know just where to find them. Our selection of Australian tours will grace you with unforgettable encounters with these wonderful animals, including trips to Kangaroo Island, one of the only places to see wild kangaroo, and snorkelling with whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef. Come find out why Australia’s wildlife is so popular and magnificent with a fantastic wildlife holiday.

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A country passionate about its wildlife

Australia holds some of the world’s most incredible animals, and some unique to the country – so for nature lovers, there are few better places to take a holiday.

Kangaroo Island is one of the most famous destinations for close encounters with kangaroo. Often described as a zoo without fences, it is a wonderful opportunity to see animals in their natural environment. Another fantastic choice is Tasmania, a true heaven of wilderness that’s home to many unique and interesting animals, including the Tasmanian devil which you’ll likely find at night at Cradle Mountain. You could also go birdwatching in the lush forests of Queensland.

If you’re more interested in sea life, trips to see the Great Barrier Reef or Ningaloo Reef are incredible. The latter is a haven of stunning tropical fish, the latter is one of the world’s best spots for swimming with whale sharks. You can be sure of snapping some incredible wildlife photography and having the time of your life on an amazing nature holiday with Australian Sky.

Why book a wildlife holiday with Australian Sky?

  • Chat to our experts over the phone for insider tips and friendly advice
  • Australia is truly a wildlife paradise with some indigenous animals you’ll find absolutely nowhere else, including wombats, wallabies and dingoes
  • Seek out the iconic kangaroo and koala – no journey to Australia is complete without seeing them
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