Wetland Wildlife Canoe Tour
Take our guided canoe tour through 52 hectares of rare pristine east coast wetlands that are recognized as being habitat of international importance. See an amazing diversity of native bird, animal, reptile and marine life.
To enhance your experience numbers are restricted to just 1 – 4 people.
Tours available 7 days weather permitting.
$60 per person
Includes Goumet Bush tucker Tour.
Animals you may encounter
A scientific study is currently being carried out to determine the number of different wildlife species which can be found on our property. However a brief list is shown below as a result of our own observations.
Agile Wallaby, Swamp Wallaby, Pretty Face Wallaby, Pademelon Wallaby, Grey Kangaroo, Bandicoot, Pigmy Possum, Ringtail Possum, Brush Tail Possum, Sugar Glider, Flying Fox, Brush Tail Phascogale, Spotted Quoll, Echidna, Fallow Deer, Rouse Deer, Goanna, Water Dragon, Masked Dragon, Blue Tongue Lizard, Eastern Water Skink, Land Mullet, Eastern Snaked – Necked Turtle, Carpet Python, Common Tree Snake, Copperhead, Tiger Snake, Red Bellied Black Snake, Brown Snake, Fox.
Birds you may encounter
A scientific study has revealed the existence of over 100 bird species which have been observed on Valley of the Mist and adjoining our wetlands. Most of these are now listed below. We thank the Nambucca Valley Birdwatchers Group for their assistance with this compilation.
Australasian Grebe, Australian Hobby, Australian King Parrot, Australian Magpie, Australian Pelican, Australian White Ibis, Australian Wood Duck, Azure Kingfisher, Baillons Crake, Banded Lapwing, Bar Shouldered Dove, Black Swan, Black Face Cuckoo-Shrike, Black-faced Monarch, Black-necked Stork, Black-winged Stilt, Brahminy Kite, Brown Gerygone, Brown Honeyeater, Brown Thornbill, Cattle Egret, Chestnut Teal, Clamorous Reed-Warbler, Common Koel, Common Myna, Common Starling, Crested Pigeon, Crested Tern, Darter, Dollarbird, Dusky Moorhen, Eastern Rosella, Eastern Spinebill, Eastern Whipbird, Eurasian Coot, Fan-tailed Cuckoo, Figbird, Forest Raven, Galah, Golden Whistler, Great Egret, Green Catbird, Grey Butcherbird, Grey Fantail, Grey Shrike-thrush, Grey Teal, Horsfield’s Bronze-Cuckoo, House Sparrow, Intermediate Egret, Jacky Winter, Laughing Kookaburra, Leaden Flycatcher, Lewin’s Honeyeater, Little Black Cormorant, Little Egret, Little Pied Cormorant, Little Wattlebird, Magpie Lark, Mallard, Masked Lapwing, Mistletoe Bird, Noisy Myna, Noisy Pitta, Olive Backed Oriole, Osprey, Pacific Black Duck, Pheasant Coucal, Pied Currawong, Purple Swamphen, Rainbow Lorikeet, Red-browed Finch, Red-necked Stint, Regent Bowerbird, Restless flycatcher, Rock Dove, Royal Spoonbill, Rufous Fantail, Rufous Night Heron, Rufous Whistler, Sacred Ibis, Sacred Kingfisher, Satin Bowerbird, Scaly Breasted Lorikeet, Scarlet Honeyeater, Silver Gull, Silver Eye, Spangled Drongo, Spotted Pardalote, Spotted Turtledove, Straw Necked Ibis, Striated Pardalote, Striped Honeyeater, Superb Fairy Wren, Tawny Frogmouth, Torresian Crow, Tree Martin, Wandering Whistling Duck, Welcome Swallow, Whistling Kite, White Cheeked Honeyeater, White Bellied Sea Eagle, White Faced Heron, White Headed Pigeon, White Throated Needletail, Willie Wagtail, Wonga Pigeon, Yellow Thornbill, Yellow Faced Honeyeater, Yellow Rumped Thornbill, Yellow Tail Black Cockatoo.