Come meet some of our fabulous feathered friends!

Here’s just a taste of what 12 Mile Bird Park has to offer!  From Budgies to Macaws and Parrots with attitude, click on the read more to learn interesting facts about each bird.

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  • Macaws
    Come meet Pablo and Contessa! Renown for being intelligent, social birds, these playful birds are popular pets.
  • Jimmy the Barn Owl
    The Barn Owl is found in nearly every country in the world, except for Polar and Desert Regions. It’s not uncommon for ...
  • Sulphur Crested Cockatoo
    The Sulphur-crested Cockatoo is native to Australia and New Guinea. They have a very loud, raucous call; it is adapted ...
  • Gang gang Cockatoo
    The Gang-gang Cockatoo is a small, stocky cockatoo with a wispy crest, large, broad wings and a short tail.
  • Malabar Parrot
    This species is sometimes traded although now illegal within India. It was known in the pet trade as the "Bababudan Parr ...
  • Black swans
    Black Swans are found throughout Australia and pair for life, with both adults raising one brood per season. The Black S ...
  • Golden Pheasant
    The Golden Pheasant is one of the most popular of all pheasant species kept in captivity. It is very beautiful, hardy, a ...
  • Eclectus Parrot
    The Eclectus Parrot is native to the Solomon Islands, Sumba, New Guinea and nearby islands, north-eastern Australia and ...
  • Grey Teal Duck
    The Grey Teal Duck is a dabbling duck found in open wetlands in New Guinea, throughout Australia, New Zealand, Vanuatu a ...
  • Derbyan Parakeet
    The Lord Derby's Parakeet also known as Derbyan Parakeet, is named after Edward Stanley, 13th Earl of Derby
  • Caique Parrot
    The Caique Parrot (pronounced ki-eeks) comes from South America, and is a fairly small, extremely colorful parrot with a ...
  • Spur-winged Plover
    You will never find a plover bird inside a crocodiles belly .. they much prefer to be in the mouth.