Eagles Heritage

Star 4.6 (384 Google reviews)

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Eagles Heritage

Open Thursday to Monday 10 am - 4 pm. CLOSED Tuesday & Wednesday During WA School Holidays: open 7 days. For safety reasons, Eagles Heritage is also closed during very gusty and rainy weather.
Opposite Xanadu Winery.
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Eagles Heritage provides care for injured, orphaned and displaced birds of prey, including eagles, hawks, falcons and owls. Come to Eagles Heritage and marvel at the unique relationship between birds of prey and their handlers in twice-daily Birds of Prey Encounters. See these magnificent birds at close quarters – have your photograph taken with a barn owl!
This unique Wildlife Centre amongst beautiful natural bushland features Australia's largest collection of birds of prey and specialises in education, rehabilitation and endangered species breeding. When you visit, your admission and purchases help Eagles Heritage to continue their work in the area of wildlife conservation.

A couple of walking options through the bush-land are available with the full walk taking 30-40 minutes or a shorter route of approximately 15 minutes.  During spring you can enjoy the wildflowers in bloom. 

Birds of Prey Encounters: 11:00 am and 1:30 pm.  Each display takes about 40 minutes.

  • Adult: $22.00
  • Child: $10.00 ( Ages 4 - 16 years )
  • Seniors: $20.00 (Seniors Card holders, Aged Pension Card holders) 
  • Infants: Under 4 years free of charge

There is disabled access and coach parking.  Schools, seniors and special needs groups are all welcome.



Eagles Heritage

341 Boodjidup Rd, Margaret River WA 6285, Australia


Star 4.6 (384 Google reviews)
Amalina Hassan 22 July 2022

It was an amazing day. If you come here do check out their show time. Its at 11am & do come earlier to book your spot. Live demonstration of the birds.Educational for the children and adults. Toilets are clean and accessible. The children enjoy exploring the area and we had a great time. Do put on a good walking shoes/trekking shoes cos you will need to walk on rough trails.

Yu Kho 15 July 2022

A very exciting show, the worker told the owl in an interesting way and demonstrated feeding the eagles in freedom. The place itself is spacious, many large aviaries with a variety of birds of prey. You can take a walk, see the animal world, make discoveries for yourself, take pictures and have a lot of fun. I think it will be interesting for children and adults to visit here. The staff are all friendly, the gift kiosk has a lot of interesting things to buy as a keepsake.

Sarah Karamadzanis 25 March 2023

Great place to see a wide variety of birds. The walk around the venue was scenic and enjoyable, even though we were unlucky enough to visit when it was raining! Due to the rain we didn't get to see the birds in flight but we did get to meet a couple of the owls which was a great substitute. The staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. There are also some wonderful things to buy in the first shop.

K Cook 23 August 2022

What a lovely way to spend the morning. t was an amazing day. Educational show at 11am for both the children and adults to enjoy - the demonstration and knowledge was so good. Walk around the grounds was beautiful and animals kept in great enclosures. Lady at the kiosk was very friendly and clearly passionate about the work which is helping birds recover or home them if they can't. Kiosk had a great range and reasonably priced too... very hard to choose only a couple of items! Well worth the $20 adult tix that's for sure.