Overview

RAPTOR WILDLIFE CENTRE caring for injured, orphaned and displaced Raptors (Birds of Prey), including Eagles, Hawks, Falcons and Owls


FLYING DISPLAYS (40min)

11am and 1.30pm weather permitting

*1 km wildflower walk with flowers in bloom in the spring takes 40 minutes or Short Walk approx 15 minutes

More information

This unique Wildlife Centre in beautiful natural bushland features Australia's largest collection of raptors (birds of prey - eagles, hawks, falcons & owls.)
This Centre specialises in education, rehabilitation and endangered species breeding.
Come to Eagles Heritage and marvel at the unique relationship between birds of prey and humans seen in our daily Flying Displays.

See these magnificent birds at close quarters - put on a glove and have a bird of prey sitting on your arm at our twice daily Flying Displays - 11:00 am and 1:30 pm (weather permitting). ADMISSION PRICING:
Adult: $18.00
Child: $12.00
Family: $55.00 (2A, 2CH) - Extra child $10each
Seniors: $16.00 (Seniors Card holders, Aged Pension Card holders, Carers Card holders.)
Group rates (+ 15 people) also available, via pre-booking.


Great photo opportunities...so don't forget your camera.
This Centre is self-funding, relying on visitor support through entrance fees for its continued operation.

FACILITIES
*Souvenir shop
*Toilets & ramps for disabled persons
*Coach parking
*Schools, seniors and special needs groups welcome

Google Reviews

13
Jan
2020
Anni
4.0
I have very much enjoyed the free flight show today. It was informative too. The show was about 30 mintes and is at 11am and 1:30pm. The park is very big and I would recommend to set up a better path description. Some cages were empty and you still look for birds but there is no information at the cage. Nevertheless, I can recommend this park very much and respect that great work for the Eagles👌🏻
29
Nov
2019
Richard Wesley
5.0
Great commentary and display with a Barn Owl (Ivy) and Black Kites. The park itself was interesting with most cages holding indigenous birds in good conditions. The birds were either captive breed or recoveries but all looked to be kept safely and with space. Thank you for an interesting visit, particularly seeing the Black Kites free flying and taking food during the display.
06
Jan
2020
Hazel Glass
4.0
What a great time, educational informative and spectacular experience the free flight was great to see good for all ages a gentle 1km walk around to see the birds.gifts available interacting is restricted by the fact of they are still wild and not pets. I would go again and take grandchildren and older relatives good for all ages
07
Jan
2020
Caroline Mouton
4.0
I was surprised at how big the property is. It's a lovely walk to see all the bird cages. It does feel a little run down. Please visit it to support this important initiative.
12
Jan
2020
A. Newinn
4.0
Nice centre and a good cause, so please visit! It's nice to see natural birds in large spaces. BUT it's not actually fun. The birds are shy and the talk at the end is boring. FYI - only kids get to hold the birds.