Birdwatching enthusiasts aren’t to miss an exciting week of bird-spotting at the Gold Coast’s incredible Lamington National Park. Taking place only once a year, O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week offers the unmissable chance to see Australia’s largest collection of sub-tropical birds, including several rare and unique species. Pack your binoculars and book our South Gold Coast accommodation so you don’t miss it this November!
O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week returns this 2018 to host its 41st annual event. This rare chance to see some of Australia’s most remarkable bird species takes place over one whole week in Lamington National Park, where experienced naturalists and tour guides will take you through lush tropical rainforest to see over 200 species of the 230 varieties living in its 20,600 hectare region. O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week offers three-day and seven-day packages to avail of, providing just the right experience for birdwatchers and bird followers all over Queensland.
Lamington National Park itself is a World Heritage listed area and a popular location amongst trekkers and bushwalkers on the Southern Gold Coast, home to rare and must-see birds including the Paradise Rifle, Rufous Scrubbird, and the Regent Bowerbird.
Choose your package for O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week and get yourself near Lamington National Park with our affordable Elanora accommodation on the Southern Gold Coast. O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week takes place once a year each spring, and will return on November 11 through to November 18.
Bay of Palms Resort is located near Palm Beach and Currumbin Beach on the Southern Gold Coast, and offers the perfect break for couples and families seeking the perfect destination to kick back this spring. For more information please visit https://www.hisitedirect.com.au/
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