Some of Australia’s most majestic bird species will be flying into Paradise Country for the school holidays!
From Saturday 19 September, the feathered creatures will be showcased in an all new, immersive free-flying spectacle.
The Free Flight Bird Show will feature captivating displays by the largest bird of prey in Australia, the Wedge-Tailed Eagle, the largest colourful parrot in the world, the Macaw along with a host of other native birds.
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Watch the video below for a sneak peek of the show:
Paradise Country General Manager, Shane Phillips said the Free Flight Bird Show will complement the park’s existing animal attractions for the school holidays.
“In this all new limited time only show, guests to the park will be immersed in the flock’s captivating displays as they free-fly across Paradise Country’s natural arena, all while showcasing their extraordinary skills and talent,” he said.
“In addition to the amazing aerial acrobatic displays on show, the Free Flight Bird show will also educate guests about the wonderful life of these incredible species and their importance in the ecosystem.
“Guests will also be able to get up-close and personal with the birds who will be available for photo opportunities after the shows.”
The Free Flight Bird Show will run from Saturday 19 September until Monday 5 October, twice daily at 12pm and 2pm in the Farm Arena. For more information visit paradisecountry.com.au or call 13 33 86.