Golden Bowerbirds are best seen at their bowers at high altitude rainforests during the display season from July to January. Fruiting trees at Mt Hypipamee give the best chance of incidental sightings.
Tooth-billed Bowerbirds can be easily tracked down by their noisy vocalisations at Lakes Barrine and Eacham. The bird is cryptic and usually lower than the sound indicates.
Mountain Thornbills should be looked for at Mt Hypipamee and nearby forests in mid-storey.
Bridled Honeyeaters frequent flowering shrubs in the village and the picnic ground at Mt Hypipamee.
Macleay’s Honeyeater is common in the village and the two crater lakes.
Chowchilla are best found in the early morning at Lake Barrine and the Cathedral Fig.
Bower’s Shrike-thrush is found along the rainforest sections of Peterson Creek and at the Curtain Fig.
Pied Monarch as for previous species, acts like a tree-creeper.
Victoria’s Riflebirds feed on various small rainforest fruits including palms and Bleeding Hearts but males do not venture from the forest cover after early morning.
Grey-headed Robins are easily found on the ground at Mt Hypipamee and the Crater Lakes.