Birdwatching at Lake Monduran

Guided birdwatching / boat tour
Birdwatching
Tours at lake monduran
Lake Monduran is a beautiful backdrop for many waterbird species.
Koa provides a stable viewing platform as well as a comfortable photography platform. The boat has several water and weatherproof storage hatches and gives you access to part of the dam, and its birds, that is just not possible from the ramp and dam wall.
Bird list

(Last updated Feb 2021)

  • Australian Wood Duck
  • Pacific Black Duck
  • Spotted Dove
  • Crested Pigeon
  • Peaceful Dove
  • Bar-shouldered Dove
  • Topknot Pigeon
  • Pheasant Coucal
  • Pacific Koel
  • Channel-billed Cuckoo
  • Fan-tailed Cuckoo
  • Masked Lapwing
  • Black-fronted Dotterel
  • Little Pied Cormorant
  • Great Cormorant
  • Little Black Cormorant
  • Pied Cormorant
  • Australian Pelican
  • Great Egret
  • White-faced Heron
  • Little Egret
  • Cattle Egret
  • Royal Spoonbill
  • Osprey
  • Whistling Kite
  • Brahminy Kit
  • White-bellied Sea-Eagle
  • Laughing Kookaburra
  • Forest Kingfisher
  • Sacred Kingfisher
  • Rainbow Bee-eater
  • Dollarbird
  • Spangled drongo
  • Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo
  • Galah
  • Australian King Parrot
  • Red-winged Parrot
  • Pale-headed Rosella
  • Rainbow Lorikeet
  • Scaly-breasted Lorikeet
  • Brown Treecreeper
  • Red-backed Fairywren
  • Noisy Miner
  • Brown Honeyeater
  • Scarlet Honeyeater
  • Brown Honeyeater
  • Lewin’s Honeyeater
  • Blue-faced Honeyeater
  • White-throated Honeyeater
  • Little Friarbird
  • Striated Pardalote
  • Grey-crowned Babbler
  • Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike
  • Grey Shrikethrush
  • Australasian Figbird
  • White-breasted Woodswallow
  • Grey Butcherbird
  • Pied Butcherbird
  • Pied Currawong
  • Australian Magpie
  • Willie Wagtail
  • Spangled Drongo
  • Magpie-lark
  • Leaden Flycatcher
  • Apostlebird
  • Torresian Crow
  • Welcome Swallow
  • Fairy Martin
  • Tree Martin
  • Mistletoebird
  • Double-barred Finch