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Join In O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week with Sanctuary Lake Apartments

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 Sep 23rd 2018 8:00am


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Take a tour through Queensland’s Lamington National Park and discover its rarest bird species with O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week. Taking place once a year each spring, O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week offers the unmissable chance for birdwatchers and passionate trekkers to see over 200 species of Australian bird that live in World Heritage listed Lamington National Park. Offering a choice of three and seven day tour packages, O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week is an enjoyable and fascinating experience for those with a love for nature, and it’s not to be missed this spring near our Currumbin accommodation!

O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week is now in its 41st year this 2018, and will once again attract birders from all over Queensland for an exciting excursion through Lamington National Park. The unique week-long program features guided walks, informative lectures, bird counts, forest activities, and more, which will be led by some of the region’s most knowledgable ornithologists. You can be sure to see some of Australia’s rarest and most colourful species of bird during O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week, which will include the Bowerbird, Paradise riflebird, Rufous scrubbird, Regent bowerbird, and plenty more.

This spring, get yourself to the coast for the chance to be part of O’Reilly’s Annual Bird Week at Lamington National Park, which will take place over one whole week from November 11 to November 18. At Sanctuary Lake, you can enjoy a close location to Lamington National Park with our affordable Currumbin Beach accommodation on the Gold Coast. The home of Currumbin Creek, Currumbin Beach, and Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Currumbin offers a scenic break for couples, families, and groups searching for their next memorable getaway.

For more information on our two and three bedroom apartments at Sanctuary Lake please visit https://app-apac.thebookingbutton.com


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