Frog Gully Cottages

At Frog Gully Cottages in Longford, Victoria, there are two self-contained cottages specially designed to take advantage of superb wetland views. The contemporary colourbond cottages each have 2 bedrooms with their own bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen with microwave and cooktop, and a spacious lounge/dining area.

There is a local bird list in the cottages, and bird books and binoculars are supplied.

Qii House Eco Retreat in the Great Otway National Park

This national park on the easterly slopes of the Otway Ranges near Lorne and bordering the coast, protects some of Victoria’s most beautiful forests. The vegetation of this 26,000-ha park is mainly wet, temperate rainforests of blue Gum, Mountain Ash and Messmate. As moisture-laden south-westerly winds arrive off the Southern Ocean they are intercepted by the Otway Ranges, which creates high rainfall, nurturing the floristically diverse rainforests. 

Box-Ironbark Birding

Located on a 257 ha Trust for Nature covenanted property near Nagambie, in the heart of Victoria’s Box-Ironbark country, this property is just 2 hours drive north of Melbourne. The property is adjacent to the Heathcote-Graytown National Park and is managed for wildlife conservation purposes.

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Planning a visit? Check out these key birding areas for Victoria.

The Mallee

Box Iron Bark Country