Eagles Heritage

Star 4.6 (462 Google reviews)

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Eagles Heritage

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Open Thursday to Monday 10 am - 4 pm. Closed Tuesday & Wednesday. Open 7 Days During WA School Holidays. For safety reasons, Eagles Heritage is also closed during very gusty and rainy weather.
Opposite Xanadu Winery.
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Eagles Heritage is one of Australia’s largest bird of prey sanctuaries dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of injured, orphaned or displaced raptors. From up-close encounters to lush native forest trails, a visit to Eagles Heritage will provide you with the unique opportunity to meet and interact with birds of prey, including eagles, hawks, falcons and owls.
Stop by for one of the twice-daily Birds of Prey Encounters at 11am & 1.30pm, an awe-inspiring experience that takes you one step closer to birds of prey.
Marvel at the birds’ unique adaptions and natural behaviours and experience the rare opportunity to have your photograph taken with a barn owl! You can complete your self-guided birds of prey forest walk before or after the encounter.

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

Admission:
  • 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
  • VIP Owl Encounters available.

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

When you visit, your admission and purchases help Eagles Heritage continue their work in wildlife conservation.

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Eagles Heritage

341 Boodjidup Rd, Margaret River WA 6285, Australia

Reviews

Star 4.6 (462 Google reviews)
Michael Brennan 28 January 2024

Brought my 3 grandchildren here. They were delighted to see a variety of snakes , lizards and birds. Being allowed to handle a snake was the icing on the cake. A very informative talk on rescuing and rehabilitating wild life started our day .

Owl Richmon 12 January 2024

Returning after 30 years, and it was still amazing. Did the walk around the cage circuit first and were able to see all their birds quite well. The Barn Owl on show was particularly well behaved, and the kites in free flight were just awesome, and very close. No hype or marketing, just an amazing focus on supporting raptors. Highly recommended.

Jayden Cai 17 November 2023

I am not able to discredit the benefits of paying for a visit of this business. It is for a noble cause, and it is difficult to maintain such a volume of unique birds. If you're a bird lover, there is a lot here to see, and I believe 20 per person is a reasonable price to ask. That being said, the Attraction itself is very much a one off visit, offering no value or dynamism on repeat visits, apart from an occasional bird interaction event. You can pay 20 dollars for a nice charming walk through a bird park, and that's what you'll get.

Chris Ednie 12 January 2024

Fantastic place. Learning about our Australian birds of prey. Awesome & very informative show. The young guy running the show was very knowledgeable and had a great sense of humour.