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2 Barrs Rd, Glass House Mountains, Queensland 4518 Australia
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ABoshier wrote a review Feb. 2020
London, United Kingdom2 contributions
We had a fun and informative behind-the-scenes tour with Win, who showed us all the beautiful birds that live at the sanctuary and explained to us the important work they do there. It is extremely well-run, tidy and welcoming. We especially loved the chance to hold some of the birds and take photos. They were even kind enough to let me back for a quick visit after-hours to take some more as my photos had not saved properly on my phone. The owners and volunteers who run Parrots in Paradise work very hard and it is well worth a visit if you are in the area as the cost of your ticket goes towards running the centre. There is also a sweet little gift shop where you can buy some nice souvenirs. Remember to book in advance as it is a working sanctuary and they are busy looking after the birds.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Dot G wrote a review Sep. 2019
Beerwah, Queensland, Australia14 contributions4 helpful votes
This place is amazing. So many beautiful birds to see. I went the same day as a coach tour of elderly people & we all agreed that is was fabulous!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Helene S wrote a review Aug. 2019
Brisbane, Australia43 contributions24 helpful votes
Bookings are essential or check out the website for advertised shows. We went there as part of a photographic workshop. A number of the parrots have been surrendered to the refuge, the refuge is an excellent way to gain knowledge about parrots especially if you are considering getting a bird. Staff are knowledgeable, friendly and mainly volunteers, who love the birds. This is a not for profit organisation and all proceeds go to maintaining the birds.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Neora G wrote a review Jul. 2019
Israel41 contributions14 helpful votes
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I went there with my entire family and all of my family members were happy! Just remember you need to book in advance to make sure that you can go (we just give them a call and it went went well). In this little parrot paradise you can see many kinds of parrots from Australia and other parts of the world. The photo session was a highlight! Who can resist these cute and intelligent little souls from perching on your arms? Honestly the tickets were not cheap but I could understand maintaining these parrots is not cheap either. The owners is also a parrot breeder so it is also a nice place to purchase a parrot. By the way, they also have a super beautiful Persian cat.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Karen C wrote a review Jan. 2019
Nambour, Queensland, Australia16 contributions6 helpful votes
I didn’t want a tour of the facility, I just wanted to wander around & take some photos & was happy to pay the entry price but was told at the gate that as I hadn’t booked & just turned up I couldn’t come in. ‘Come back tomorrow’. I don’t think they are swamped with people turning up, so their customer service could be looked at even tho they r running a not for profit business, it’s a shame that they turn away people genuinely interested in their parrots at 1:30pm on a Saturday afternoon. I applauded them for rescuing & looking after these wonderful birds, but u need to be more open to making money to help yrselves.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Response from Dail M, Owner at Parrots in Paradise
Responded 14 Jan. 2019
Thank you for your comments, unfortunately we cannot just let people wander around as they like, all our birds are flighted and some not friendly, so you do need a staff member on hand. A conducted tour gives the opportunity for some amazing shots of the friendly birds. All our staff are volunteers and are not available all day and every day. THIS is why you need to book. So we can arrange the staff to accommodate you. We are not a zoo that is open 7days a week, and we welcome visitors to our home. However we do make it very clear both on our website and outside our place that bookings are essential, so you are quite right you do need to book. Thanks for helping us make it clear.
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