Tour Season commences April 1st. In the interest of public health, our day tours will remain private tours for 2021. If you are the first to book on a day tour your people will be the only guests on that tour. This means that each booking gets an expert guide all to themselves, and makes social distancing much easier on our busy tracks and trails.
Simon first came to Carnarvon Gorge in 1977 on a primary school trip. At that time, you could still camp in the Gorge itself and he recalls setting up camp somewhere near Ward's Canyon for a night. The Gorge has had a profound effect on Simon's life, and eventually he moved here and built Australian Nature Guides from the ground up. Twenty years down the track and you can still easily see the deep connection he has with this amazing landscape. #simonling #australiannatureguid
Australian Nature Guides co-owner, Simon Ling, is also a student at the University of Georgia in the southern U.S.A. Every August he wanders off to the hallowed halls of one of the States' oldest public higher education institutions to "get hisself some learnin". Simon is working towards a PhD in Natural Resources, Recreation, and Tourism from the Warnell School of Forestry (at left). Specifically, he is looking at learning outcomes in study abroad programs. Warnell have been
Sad news today; the Greater Glider has been listed as vulnerable on the Federal Threatened Species List. These majestic animals, the largest of the country's gliding marsupials are common animals in Carnarvon Gorge. In fact, they are the most frequently seen species of Glider on our Night Safari Tours and can reach lengths of over a metre (nose-tail). Habitat loss is one of the greatest threats to these leaf eating, foofy-eared fellows. They rely on mature forests to provide