Is this the park I went to years ago that had cockatoos roaming freely And parrots?much more exciting to me the museum
The park that the Australian Museum is opposite is Hyde Park.
Other thing everybody is there a place there where you can actually see Koala beers in their natural habitat in the wildlife and not in a zoo.that was my other picture I almost cried when he came out as when I got a picture with the Koala bear at a zoo,The bear wasn't too happy happy about taking pictures after a 20 hour nap. Guide who brought them out I told him to take the eucalyptus leaves that was behind an area in there and put them behind the camera. He did so in the picture was perfect and I actually think it's one of the best pictures I've ever had in my life. I even remember the koala bears named Boris and it was at the rain tree forest somewhere. I wanted to go back and see the but he's probably at the rainbow bridge upstairs.but I couldn't even find a place online
Let me be more specific I'm sorry it was an all art museum I remember that there was a paintings in this museum and he literally was in this park this museum I'm pretty sure. Maybe I was in your darling harbour maybe you guys have a lot of cock it to his roaming freely everywhere. Seriously your parks had a ton of trees and it seem like it was pretty large. Thank you again because I have an article this is Australia are the most friendliest people in the world and I believe that and I have friends there. And that's why this is so special to me. I've heard a cockatoo island I've heard of kangaroo Island, I found the Penguins it Phillips I want on my guided tour last time I went
Thank you everybody it's been 10 years, and I remember the tour bus looking towards I thought water saying Russell Crowe's house was there and I looked over and saw these cockatoos in a park. I went back later and found a museum in this part I don't even think it it was a charge art museum, I looked all over and I was kind of disappointed I was leaving I found some cockatoos and the parrots. I literally got food and they were eating out of my hand and I still have those pictures . It's pretty exciting as in the stage we could never have this happen. I'm at animal lover and wildlife as you can probably tell. But when you take a guided tour you only get one day off maybe for for five hours and I just have no idea how many parks and museums there and I can't remember if it was near water or not. Thank you all for trying to help me so far .I just when I go back to Australia probably next year I want to find a park and I only have a certain amount of time in one day.
Guess you're talking about the Cockatoo Island, they have an official website with informations, you can Google it.
Are you thinking of the Royal Botanic Gardens? We saw ibis roaming around the grounds there. In the late afternoon, a large flocks of rather vocal cockatoos swooped in over Farm Cove and stopped in trees above us.
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