Quick update: Past trips this year: March '19: Victoria July '19: Kimberley and Top End +some small local birding day-trips In October I'll embark on my last big trip (about two months) before heading home via Indonesia. (Will start a thread for advice for that in the next couple of days.) Port Hedland - Perth: 9 days exploring north (Cue/Shark Bay) as well as hopefully picking up the handful of birds I'm still missing from the southern area (esp. Baudin's) and Western Quoll. Perth - Alice Springs: Three days on my own before joining a three week tour (Alice - Coober Pedy - Uluru - Darwin) followed by another two days by myself. Darwin - Hobart: My first time to Tassie and one week to find it all. Should be interesting though I'll probably give Melaleuca a miss as flights are ridiculously overpriced. Hobart - Adelaide: Mallee birding, Rock-wallaby and Wombat. Not sure about the rest. Will see if time and money allows for anything further afield. Kangaroo Island suffers from a severe case of overpricing as well (I really shouldn't be surprised. I'm in Australia after all...) so pretty sure I will give that a miss too. I'm pondering options to go up or down the east coast after (why did Eungella have to be on fire last time?), but I'm not sure there's much of a point in looking for Bennett's Tks again without a reliable location or Mountain Pygmies if their population is low atm). Maybe I should leave something for the future. We'll see. I'm hoping to break the 600 in birds, the 100 in marsupials (the 160 in mammals overall), the 200 in reptiles and maybe even the 60 in frogs by the end of the trip :fingerscrossed:. I think that should be a good effort for two years. I probably won't be writing any more reports anytime soon, but if anyone is interested in info for a specific location or species (s. year lists) feel free to ask here or in a PM.