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Rainbow Jungle

#2 of 36 things to do in Kalbarri Features Animals
14 Bridgeman Road, Kalbarri, Kalbarri National Park, Western Australia 6536, Australia
+61 8 9937 1248
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Not that flash

This was the second time we had been. For the price, it's not really worth it. Some incredible... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
BethCarlesdi
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Margaret River, Australia
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Lovely birds dry surroundings

Interesting birds expected better gardens not so dry. Birdlovers will love the place. Nice to talk... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Harrysubi
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“bird park” (29 reviews)
“open aviary” (17 reviews)
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14 Bridgeman Road, Kalbarri, Kalbarri National Park, Western Australia 6536, Australia
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+61 8 9937 1248

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was the second time we had been. For the price, it's not really worth it. Some incredible birds but seeing them all stuck in cages with little to no vegetation was sad. The pathways are really uneven and very difficult for toddlers to navigate....More

1  Thank BethCarlesdi
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Interesting birds expected better gardens not so dry. Birdlovers will love the place. Nice to talk to the cockies .

Thank Harrysubi
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great place to visit to see a variety of Australian and exotic parrots, including macaws. Some are free flying in the walk-in aviary and others are in long cage flights - all were very friendly and the macaws came right up to the wire to...More

Thank Dona S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We enjoyed the time spent here. The birds flying around the open aviary were great to see. Coffee and scones were well worth having

Thank granmarg
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

... but birds in cages.... a strange feeling... but it was very educational! I see those galah now differently. The shop could be more about those birds, too much snicksnack for my taste.

Thank ooch1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Was a bit hesitant but so glad we went! Didn't do the maze part but the birds, gardens, free flight and look out areas were marvellous. Great way to spend a morning. Congrats on such a well run, interesting tourist attraction.

Thank Fiona R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A Great setup for the kids to get up close to the birds. The walk through aviary is good. A big variety of birds to see.

Thank Jono028
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Visited this place around mid morning and they were just feeding the birds and cleaning out their cages. The guy was very knowledgable about the birds and their characteristics and personalities - was a great addition to the visit. Went up to the whale tower...More

Thank Charlotte J
Reviewed 14 July 2017 via mobile

We started with the maze and thought we'd have lunch then look through the jungle. Maze was fun but expensive for what is was. Cafe had no food and poor service / attitude so we left for lunch with a plan to come back but...More

Thank CountryGirl007
Reviewed 12 July 2017

I know it's a bird park, but there is also a cafe there, uh oh. The vermin need to be better controlled

Thank Malcolm M
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gorocketdog
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I have Googled "western australia bird red" and variations with the word "face" etc to no luck. Thank you anyway though!
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