One of the many things that Australia has become known for is its incredible native wildlife, including many species that cannot be found anywhere else on earth.
Visitors to Australia are always eager to learn more about and experience the wildlife and there are many ways in which you can do this. Located in New South Wales and bordering the state’s capital city of Sydney, the Blue Mountains is now a World Heritage Site and is packed with fascinating sights and natural beauty.
If you love exploring wildlife and you want to experience the natural wonders of this area, there are many great places you will be able to visit. You can also take in many different species of wildlife while you are exploring this area. This includes koalas, grey kangaroos, dingos, long-nosed potaroos, and yellow-bellied gliders, to name but a few. You can also take in plenty of reptiles when you explore the Blue Mountains.
Experience the Blue Mountains wildlife
When it comes to Australian wildlife tours, the Blue Mountains is the perfect place to visit. There are so many places to explore and so much wildlife to see. Some of the great places to visit when you head over to this area include the Featherdale Wildlife Park, which is wide range of wildlife species. Here, you will find the largest collection of native birds and mammals in the world.
You can also head to the Blue Mountains National Park, where you can see birds such as the Satin Bowerbird and the Superb Lyrebird. Wildlife species can also be spotted if you pay a visit to the Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve, which is a World Heritage Site and part of the Greater Blue Mountains area.
Get closer to the Blue Mountains wildlife with Luxury Day Tours
If you want to make the most of your wildlife experience in the Blue Mountains area, the best way to do this is with a Blue Mountains tour with The Tailor. When you head out on a tour to the Blue Mountains, you can take in the wonderful scenery and natural beauty of the area, explore the variety of places where you will find different wildlife species, and explore the variety of wonderful sights and attractions of the World Heritage Site.