I had previously donated to Kaarakin many months ago simply after seeing on television how the birds in care were treated, cared for and if possible repatriated. After finding out I was travelling to the west coast I chanced my luck at a small tour, my wife (who WAS NOT a bird lover) and I were not disappointed. Sam and James (and other volunteers) showed us around and passionately explained everything we needed to know. We were told certain areas were (rightfully) off limits to assist with wild rehab etc. But we did luckily interact with some birds in what was an amazing experience for us both, my wife even acquiring a friendly suitor. Dingo's, kangaroos, emus etc are also scattered around the grounds , as remaining tenants from the previous Park here. This place is closed generally to the public for a reason, what this park is doing to assist the Black Cockatoo for the WA (and eastern states as they have some yellow tails) is amazing. Their corporate sponsors should be applauded and more public sponsors should be brought in to to assist these passionate volunteers who work here daily. Highly recommend a visit to anyone who has a love for any Australian parrot, but strongly suggest you reach into your pockets first, you will not be disappointed. I could only give 5 points because 10 did not exist.