Today you'll travel past the RAMSAR wetlands of the Lakes District of East Gippsland. You'll then travel by ferry to a sanctuary with a colony of Koalas, located in the wetlands.
Enjoy a nature walk through the forest, keeping a watchful eye for echidnas, wallabies, kangaroos, parrots, seabirds, and more!
Enjoy dinner tonight at a local restaurant.
After breakfast, you'll head out into the mountain forests of East Gippsland. Expect a lush forest with an abundance of wildlife.
Today you'll have a wonderful opportunity to discover wet and dry forests, visit the Snowy River, and take a delightful walk along a wilderness creek.
You'll learn about the formation of these forests from your wildlife guide, as well as the animals that call it home.
Today, take a walk in a lowland rainforest and watch for birds and wallabies. Then, walk through a heathland and along a river to the estuary. Watch for eagles, cockatoos, kingfishers and more!
After lunch, you'll enjoy a walk on the rocky headland, checking out the tidal pools, and wind-sculpted shrubs along the 90-mile long beach.
You'll have some conservation time, removing fishing nets on the beach.
You'll depart East Gippsland today after a visit to the beach and the mouth of the Snowy River.
Along the way back to Melbourne you'll get to visit the Krowathunkoolong Keeping Place, a wonderfully informative Aboriginal Cultural Centre in Bairnsdale. Watch for Flying Foxes!
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