Birds of Eden
The largest single span free-flight aviary in the world; an experience you will find nowhere else. Encompassing an area of 2.3 hectares of forest waterways with 1.2km of walkways; enjoy the thrill of spotting an abundance of birds flying free and living natural lives at your own pace.
A home to over 3500 birds of some 200 species of previously caged birds which include several species of parrot, turaco, waterfowl, finches, cranes, hornbills and many more.
- Visitors may start entering the aviary at 8:30 am and the last entrance is at 5pm – All visitors to be out of the aviary by 6pm
- The aviary is open every day of the year including all public and religious holidays
- Your ticket is valid for 1 year as of the date of purchase if not redeemed = (stamped for entrance)
- For example, should you buy a ticket for 2 or more sanctuaries, you may visit one of the sanctuaries on the day (or then a later day) and have a whole year to visit the other(s)
- Entrance to Birds of Eden is a day rate, which means you can spend the whole day at the sanctuary once your entrance has been redeemed (ticket stamped)
- Persons with disabilities do not pay an entrance fee
- We offer affordable annual sanctuary memberships
- The aviary is wheelchair accessible
- Child rates are determined for children between and including the ages of 3 to 12 years old – Children under 3 enter free of charge.
- It is a no touch (Hands off) facility – interaction is not allowed
- You stroll through the sanctuary at your own pace, but you may request an English or Afrikaans speaking guide should you wish.
- Dress appropriately for the weather on the day and wear comfortable walking shoes. Bring along a hat, water sunscreen as you will be outdoors during your time in the sanctuary. We do sell disposable ponchos, should you not have packed a raincoat
- It is an all-weather facility and suitable for all age groups
- There is an outsourced concessionary restaurant inside Birds of Eden – Note only ticket holders have access to the restaurant at Birds of Eden