• LOCATION 13 | Escape to Coochiemudlo Island

    Lorikeets and Galahs

    Cross over this side road and continue walking straight. Don't worry, there isn't too much traffic around here!

    Look up ahead to your right. And listen, too. There's a garden on the right-hand side where colourful birds often feed. You might well see a group of multi-coloured parrots perching around a water fountain, or in the nearby trees. They're called Rainbow Lorikeets. They're a small multi-coloured parrot. You can get up close and take a photo if you like, but do respect the owner's property.

    Look up into the canopy of foliage above you and you'll see holes in the tree trunks where these birds usually nest. If you see any grey Cockatoos, they're called Galahs. This is probably the closest you'll ever get to them in the wild, so take this opportunity to take some photos. Again, please respect the privacy of the home owners and don't tread on their garden.

    When you're done, you can carry on walking straight, all the way to the end of Capembah Street.

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