Discover the unique birdlife in Australia from the flightless emu to the laughing kookaburra. There are more than 750 species of birds in Australia, including the cassowary, galah, fairy penguin, rosella, and many types of cockatoos, parrots, hawks and eagles.
The Australian Pelican is a large water bird, widespread on the inland and coastal waters of Australia
The Southern Cassowary is the largest land creature in Australia and the second heaviest extant bird in the world after the ostrich. It is third tallest after the ostrich and emu
A cockatoo is any of the 20 bird species belonging to the family Cacatuidae. Their name originated from the Malay name for these birds.
The Emu is the largest bird native to Australia and the second-largest bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich.
The Galah is also known as the Rose-breasted Cockatoo or Galah Cockatoo. It is one of the most common and widespread cockatoos, and it can be found in open country in almost all parts of mainland Australia.
The honeyeaters are a large and diverse family of small to medium sized birds most common in Australia
The name 'Kookaburra' comes from Wiradjuri Guuguubarra which is onomatopoeic (sounds like) its call.
The Rainbow Lorikeet is a species of Australasian parrot found in Australia, common along the eastern seaboard, from Queensland to South Australia and northwest Tasmania. Its habitat is rainforest, coastal bush and woodland areas.
The Wedge-tailed Eagle or Eaglehawk is the largest raptor in Australia and is the most common of all the world's large eagles. It has long, broad wings, fully feathered legs, and an unmistakable wedge-shaped tail.