Our exceptional nature and bird photography tour itineraries are designed to capture jaw-dropping photos of birds, wildlife and landscapes in Australia's outback, including Darwin, Kakadu (Northern Territory) and the Kimberley (Western Australia).
Photography itineraries are carefully created for novice to advanced bird photographers, as well as wildlife, astro and landscape interests and film-makers.
All itineraries can be privately booked and fully customised to your photographic and filming requirements. Small group photography tours are limited to a maximum of 6 guests. Enquire for larger private groups.
Photography tours include private boat cruises and use of portable photographic hides to capture nature's best shots.
We can assist with your commercial photography permits and documentary projects.
Keep an eye out for our exciting photography workshops and documentary projects on our news and social pages.
Wild Kakadu Nature & Landscape Photographic Expedition with Photographic Partner Canon Collective 2020
Join our exclusive photographic expedition through the heart of Crocodile Dundee country. Aug-Sept 2020. Limited availability.Find out more
10 Day Ultimate Top End Birding Adventure Tour
NT Bird Specialists’ ‘Ultimate Top End Birding Adventure’ tour discovers some of the most remote and impressive landscapes and targeted bird and wildlife species in one fowl swoop!Find out more
7 Day North Australian Finch Frenzy Tour
Join NT Bird Specialists on a Grass ’Finch Frenzy’ of the best birding sites for Gouldian Finch, Star Finch, Pictorella Mannikin and up to 200 bird species spanning the Top End, Northern Territory. Start & finish in Darwin.Find out more
9 Day Tropical Outback Top End Bird Photography Tour
Embark on our 9 Day ‘Tropical Outback’ Top End Bird Photography Tour to photograph an incredible range of colourful and unique northern Australian birds and wildlife in beautiful landscapes.Find out more
2 Day Pine Creek Birdwatching Tour ‘Parrot and Finch Paradise’
10 species of parrots, including the (locally endemic) Hooded Parrot, Red-winged Parrot, Cockatiel and Northern Rosella, rightfully makes the historic gold mining and railway township of Pine Creek the ‘Top End’s home of parrots’.Find out more