Swifts, Swallows and Needletails that occur naturally in Australia
Pacific Swift (Apus pacificus) – Range: Winters in Australia
Australian Swiftlet (Aerodramus terraereginae)
Glossy Swiftlet (Collocalia esculenta)
Uniform Swiftlet (Aerodramus vanikorensis)
Red-rumped Swallow (Cecropis daurica) – Vagrant
Black-faced Woodswallow (Artamus cinereus)
Dusky Woodswallow (Artamus cyanopterus) – Live primarily in open eucalyptus forests and woodlands, ranging from from Atherton Tableland, Queensland, down to Tasmania and west to Eyre Peninsula, in South Australia
Little Woodswallow (Artamus minor) – Range: mainland Australia, avoiding only the driest deserts and the area within about 300 kilometres of the southern coastline. Show a preference for rugged terrain around inland ranges.
Masked Woodswallow (Artamus personatus) is found in subtropical or tropical dry forests in Australia
White-breasted Woodswallow (Artamus leucorynchus)
White-browed Woodswallow (Artamus superciliosus) – Native to inland Australia)
Papuan Needletail (Mearnsia novaeguineae), also known as the Papuan Spine-tailed Swift, New Guinea Spine-tailed Swift or Papua Spinetail- Range: Recorded from Boigu Island, Queensland, Australian territory in north-western Torres Strait.
White-throated Needletail (Hirundapus caudacutus, also known as Needle-tailed Swift or Spine-tailed Swift – Winters in Australia