Browse WA Accommodation

Rainbow Jungle & Mad Macaws Cafe


When we first set out to create Rainbow Jungle in 1984, we had only one ambition....To Be The Best. Rainbow Jungle is now a world leader in the breeding of endangered species and is regarded as Australias most beautiful parrot habitat.


Hours: 7 Days 9am to 2pm (last entry 1pm)


A walk on the wild side, where you will find the largest parrot free flight aviary in the country, with the largest flock of Purple Crowned Lorikeets in the world and many other magnificently coloured Australian parrots.

You will wander through the centre along paved brick pathways, through landscaped tropical gardens, past waterfalls, fountains, stained glass windows, gargoyles and lily ponds. You will enjoy close encounters with the magnificent Australian Black Cockatoos - the red, the yellow and the local white tails. Around every corner there are parrots in every colour of the rainbow, including the beautiful Eclectus parrot and the fantastic, exotic Sun Conures, valued at over $8000.00 a pair.

Rainbow Jungle has featured on a number of television programs, including two episodes of The Great Outdoors and Post Cards from WA. The centre has also been the focus of many newspaper and magazine articles throughout Australia and worldwide publications.

Entrance Fee for Rainbow Jungle: Adult $16 Child $8 (4-16yrs) Age Concession $14 Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) $42

Mad Macawas Cafe


Currently closed due to TC Seroja
Situated at Rainbow Jungle, this modern outdoor Cinema is well appointed with a snack bar and wood fired pizzas and bar.

Seating provided or bean bags can be hired (cash only in cinema) Showing all the latest movies. Check with the Visitor Centre for movie titles and session details.

Cinema admission: Adults $18 Students aged 13-17 & seniors $15 Children aged 3-12 $10 The maze - We apologise, this attraction is currently unavailable due to damage sustained from TC Seroja.

Cancellation Policy

We understand plans can change, so here are our conditions and policies

Entrance Fee

Adults $16

Child $8 (4-16yrs)

Age Concession $14

Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) $40


cnr Grey and Bridgeman Road, Kalbarri, WA, Australia


Approx 4kms south of the Kalbarri township



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Guest Ratings

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Richard Wesley
A beautifully laid out venue with many caged birds. The highlight was the free flying birds including the Zebra Finches and Parrots, giving good photographic opportunities. Plenty of seating for the older brigade with a nice shop with coffee on supply.