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Whitsundays Wildlife

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The Whitsundays is the perfect place to discover some amazing wildlife, check out our list of local fauna you can expect to see when you visit!

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The east coast of North Queensland, including the Whitsundays region, is home to the famous saltwater crocodiles and this region is a popular destination for those wanting to see these fascinating creatures in the wild. Proserpine River, was the states number one crocodile hotspot between 2000-2012.

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The Great Barrier Reef Marine park is home to an estimated 175 bird species, many of which live permanently in the Whitsundays area. With a variety of birds, from high-fliers to those that wade in the shallows, you can see every combination of colour, size and mannerisms in the beautiful abundance of birds in the Whitsundays.

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The Rainbow Lorikeet is unmistakable with its bright red beak and colorful plumage. 

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The White-bellied Sea-eagle is the second largest bird of prey found in Australia.

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Sulfur crested cockatoos.

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The Whitsundays are lucky to be blessed with a prominent species in the famous raptor the Osprey.

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Airlie Beach and the Whitsunday region, along with most of the north-east coast of Queensland, is home to many species of wildlife including the infamous Saltwater Crocodile.

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The Whitsundays are full of diverse animal and plant life, both above and below the water. Everywhere you look or explore, there is new species to be witnessed and appreciated, along with the curlew, a Whitsundays local. There are two types of curlews in the Whitsundays, the bush stone curlew and the beach stone curlew. 

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Australia has long been known for its diverse and unique species of wildlife, with hundreds of distinct marsupial species found only in certain areas throughout the country. 

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