See Them Fly at Eagles Heritage

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Come to Eagles Heritage and marvel at the unique relationship between birds of prey and their handlers in our twice-daily flight displays.

In this natural bushland setting in the heart of the beautiful Margaret River wine region you will see the largest collection of Eagles, Hawks, Falcons and Owls in Australia.

At Eagles Heritage see these magnificent birds at close quarters - put on a glove and have a bird of prey sit on your arm at our twice daily flight displays.


Display times:
11:00 am and 1:30 pm
weather permitting.

Opening Hours (Western Australian School Term time): 10:00 am - 4:15 pm six days a week - closed Fridays during WA school term time only
Opening Hours (Western Australian School Holiday time): 10:00 am - 4:15 every day except Good Friday and Christmas Day

Eagles Heritage is closed on Fridays during the Western Australian school term. We also close on Good Friday and Christmas Day.
We are open every other day, and during the Western Australian school holidays we are open seven days except for Good Friday and Christmas Day.

ADMISSION PRICES - as of 1 April 2014
ADULT - $17.00
CHILD - $10.00
FAMILY - $50.00 (2 Adults / 2 Children; extra children $8.00 each)
SENIOR - $15.00 (Seniors Card holders, Aged Pension Card holders, Carers Card holders.)

For group rates (parties of 15 and over) please contact us. Special needs groups are welcome - please contact us to discuss your requirements.


Girl comes face to face with Raptor - Photo by Shaine Middleton


Eagles Heritage was established in 1987 out of a need to provide homes for permanently disabled birds of prey and owls which had been handed in and cared for by volunteers, but which, due to the nature of their injuries, were unable to make a recovery sufficient for their return to the wild. The park opened its gates to the public for the first time on New Year's Day in 1998. The fauna you see on display at Eagles Heritage are permanently disabled rehabilitation patients, captive bred birds and individuals which have been tranferred in from other facilities. Many more birds are rehabilitated and returned to the wild each year.

Away from the public view, seven acres at Eagles Heritage has been set aside for wildlife rehabilitation, including a hospital and specialised facilities designed to help sick, injured and orphaned raptors return to the wild. The centre provides training and support for volunteer wildlife rehabilitators who wish to work with these unique and amazing birds. Education opportunities are also available for animal health professionals and students seeking to expand their skills.

Eagles Heritage is proud to be associated with the Society for the Preservation of Raptors (Inc.), a not-for-profit association dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and conservation of birds of prey and owls.

When you visit us, your admission and purchases help us to continue our work in the area of wildlife conservation.



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Thank you to our sponsor, Complete Pest Management Services, for their kind support of our wildlife rehabilitation activites.



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