Win the Ultimate Nature Escape with Australian Geographic Travel

This month, when you purchase a subscription to the Australian Geographic magazine, you’ll be entered in a prize draw to win an incredible Australian nature escape for two with Australian Geographic Travel.

The winner will choose from three trips departing in October and November this year.

How to Enter

To enter, purchase a subscription to Australian Geographic magazine between 2–30 August. Each magazine subscription counts as one entry.

About Australian Geographic Travel

Off the beaten track experiences and unique landscapes await you on your Australian Geographic travels. Immerse yourself in breathtaking landscapes, bird watching and wildlife conservation while enjoying authentic interactions with local people and our ancient First Nations culture. From fresh local seafood to flights into remote wilderness World Heritage areas, journeying with us is awe-inspiring.

Choose between 3 trips

Murray River Luxury Houseboat Safari | 16–19 Oct (4 days)

Join your guides on a journey to discover the culture, incredible wildlife and ecology of the Murray River on a luxury houseboat. You’ll be welcomed to country by Erawirung elder, Eric Cook, who will take you on a cultural walk along an ancient river oxbow. Your guides will lead you through the forests, creeks, billabongs and outback lakes sharing knowledge of vital conservation work. See the benefits of environmental flows to restore red gum forests and protect wetland species, including the vulnerable southern bell frog.

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North Queensland Tropical Birding Tour | 25–29 Oct
(5 days)

The Wet Tropics stretch from Townsville to Cooktown encompassing approximately of rainforest interspersed with farmland, rivers and tropical savannah, not to mention coastline and coral cays.

Such an array of habitats explains the region’s high diversity of flora and fauna. With more than 450 avian species recorded, including 13 endemics, its Australia’s twitching mecca, and you don’t have to venture far from Cairns to enjoy a rich bird-watching experience in a variety of environments.

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Birding & Wildlife Conservation Journey, East Gippsland Victoria | 20–23 Nov (4 days)

Find koalas in magnificent stands of giant eucalypt forest, walk in rainforest listening for lyrebirds, watch sea-eagles soar along untouched ocean beaches and spot huge goanna lizards beside secluded rivers and waterways.

East Gippsland is famous for its forest wildlife, particularly big mammals, birds and reptiles. It is a fabulous place for parrots and cockatoos – they are numerous, visible and noisy. Your highly experienced wildlife guide will also show you where to look for wild wallabies, kangaroos, echidnas, parrots, cockatoos, black swans and many other animals.

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