Bird Watching

More than 150 species of birds can be found on Yorke Peninsula from woodland birds such as the Silvereye and Tawny Frogmouth, to resident shorebirds the hooded plover (vulnerable) and Banded Stilt.

The Coobowie Bird Hide is nestled on the southern edge of Coobowie, only a stone’s throw from Stansbury, and is home to a vast array of birdlife.

Dhilba Guuranda- Innes National Park is home to over 120 species of birds which thrive in the diverse range of habitats found in the Park.

Brochures and books on common birds of Yorke Peninsula are available at the Southern Yorke Peninsula Visitor Information Centre.