Parrots in Paradise is a not-for-profit parrot sanctuary in the Glass House Mountains.
Truly a delightful destination for bird and nature lovers, the sanctuary offers a wide range of activities for all ages.
Parrots in Paradise, Entry Prices, Tours, Hours, Glass House Mountains
Before visiting Parrots in Paradise, be sure to make advanced bookings and don’t wear delicate jewellery. After the activities, head on over to the Verandah Café to enjoy premium Devonshire Cream teas, coffee, cold refreshments and drinks. Additionally, they offer a range of services such as grooming, toenail and wing clipping, and boarding for birds if their owners are going on holiday.
The sanctuary is more than a fun place to visit; it’s also educational and charitable. They are active in bird rehoming and provide host services for vets and vet nurses to gain valuable experience here. The staff and volunteers have also gained extensive knowledge on parrots through the years, so if you have questions about your bird, feel free to ask them. On the other hand, if you are interested in owning a bird or would like to add more pets to your personal aviary, they sell parrots too. Rehoming a rescued bird is one of the most fulfilling things you can do!
Parrots in Paradise is a truly remarkable establishment.