Eclectus | Alexandrines | Congo African Greys | Indian Ringnecks


Eclectus roratus polychloros (Papua New Guinea)

We have Eclectus parrots coming through all the time and all of them hand raised by Dail. They're all at different stages at the moment, so you'll have to call in to see what is available.

Because our babies are in incredible high demand we have a waiting list.

To order a companion



Phone 07 54387719

Remember the baby you are buying is no different from a 2 year old child and really needs to be treated in much the same way. In the wild, Mum and Dad would do everything necessary to teach their young to survive and thrive.

When taking on a new baby you are taking over for the parents!


All the licensing has been changed since end of August 2020 so now when buying our Eclectus because they are originally from 

Papua New Guinea roratus polychloros

the Standard Native Animal Keeping license is all that is required and costs $59.20.

BUT on this license you are NOT allowed to breed on this license.

The difficulty is when phoning the Wildlife Management there seems some confusion, possibly because of all the changes, not all seem to be able to hand out the same story.




It is breeding season and most of our couples are either  getting their nests ready or sitting on eggs. We have two pink babies sexless at this point. Watch this space for updates. With our Eclectus babies they are so much in demand you have to be prepared to go on a waiting list.

Females  Males   (?)      Eggs

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All of our Alexandrine babies are  hand raised by Dail

These babies are gentle and very tame and are being snapped up really quickly.  There is  a down side, we can only ship in AUSTRALIA. Sadly if you are in another country we are unable to ship them to you. It is amazing how many people from America would like to have one of these amazing babies and we have to say sadly, no.



We are looking forward to having babies in August, the Mums and Dads  are preparing their nests and we have eggs already.

They take 28 days to hatch and we leave them with their parents until the pin feathers show and they have their eyes open.

We will be hand raising ALL and if you are after a specific sex we take bloods and DNA test the results generally take two weeks. DNA birds are $400 and if you don't mind if you get either a boy or a girl (not DNA tested) they are $350 each.

Females  Males   Eggs Breeding season starts again in June July  So babies will be available at 12 weeks.

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Congo African Greys

Beautiful Congo African Greys!
Their natures are so different to many other species...
These birds are sweet and clever, they are not noisy nor do they chew everything in sight
We will post as soon as we have babies.



Females    Males     Eggs  Breeding season starts again in July- Aug  So babies will be weaned at 5 months

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They have been a delight to rear. Starting as tiny fluff balls, then turning super ugly (very noisy bubs ) then into...
Cute fluffy and very gentle sweet babies. 
Each week a couple of pics to show the growth..

Indian Ringnecks

Nesting has begun, eggs soon, we expect bubs around August for hand raising.  All the babies will be hand raised from pin feather, those who want specific sex we will take blood and DNA test (two weeks) DNA birds are $200, not DNA tested $150


Females  Males   Eggs  Breeding season  is now

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Other PARROTS available for adoption



loving caring family without any feathered companions the chances are

this bird most likely thinks it is a human. This is called imprinting.


Sadly this results in parrots getting hormonal, stressed and in some cases aggressive. It can start plucking or even try to mate with a human. It is at this point some members of the family start to find the bird difficult to live with.


It is not long before the poor bird is sent to spend more and more hours 




Many breeders sell parrots without making clear that, while these birds make fantastic companions, it is through the youngster period they are at their best. When the bird reachs adulthood the problems that come are simple yet can be devistating. 


Humans invented celebacy for humans. We are not able to neuter parrots, so when parrots reach sexual maturity they need to breed.


If the bird has been brought up in a 


in it's cage, or is found a new home. Sadly it is by this time that the birds brain is so messed up that it is no good for breeding.


The point is if you are thinking of getting a parrot for company, then please give a thought to it's future and factor in a partner at some point, well before the bird reaches maturity. You'll get twice as much affection and will have a well rounded and contented Parrot!