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See them fly at Eagles Heritage.  Set on twenty nine acres of natural bushland, Eagles Heritage is Australia's largest wildlife centre dedicated to raptors (birds of prey and owls.)  The public face of Eagles Heritage is the 1km walk, where visitors can view many different species of native Australian raptor, and the twice daily flight displays, showcasing the natural behaviours and abilities of our beautiful birds.


Black Kites are both inquisitive and acquisitive by nature
This bird lifted a brochure from his handler
and played with it for a while before discarding it.



Behind the scenes, Eagles Heritage works toward the conservation of wildlife through playing an active leadership role in the wildlife rehabilitation community, both as a centre for sick, injured and orphaned fauna, and through its ongoing training and support of volunteers across Western Australia.

Through breeding programmes, wildlife rehabilitation and community education, Eagles Heritage seeks to conserve and protect Australian native fauna.  Admission fees and proceeds from gift shop purchases help the centre continue in its work in these areas.

The Society for the Preservation of Raptors (Inc.) is a not-for-profit volunteer group headquartered at Eagles Heritage.  Society volunteers may sometimes be found on site, training and assisting with wildlife rehabilitation and education work.

Eagles Heritage is open to the public every day except Christmas Day and Good Friday.  Summer hours (September-May) are from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm (last entry at 4:30 pm) and Winter hours (June-August) are from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (last entry at 3:30 pm.)

It is best to allow at least half an hour to walk through the park, and another 45 minutes for the flight display.  Display times are 11:00 am and 1:30 pm every day, except for Christmas Day, Good Friday and cases of severe weather.  Additional displays may be arranged for large and/or special interest groups.

For more information contact us.




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