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We wanted to see Malleefowl. We factored in several opportunities to see these rare birds in the wild, and were unlucky, but we did see the bird here at the Malleefowl Centre.
These are captive birds in two aviaries, but the aviaries are huge, and...More
The Yongergnow Australian Malleefowl centre is not to be missed if you love wildlife and want to be inspired by the impressive community conservation efforts of the people of the little town of Ongerup to protect these unique Australian endangered mound-building birds. There is something...More
Came across the centre based on its road side advertising as we were travelling through. An excellent resource for the local community, excellent explaination of what caused the mallee fowl to become so rare. Have never seen one before so it was great to see....More
Went to see the Mallee fowl chicks and get a decent coffee. The cafe opened at 900am and nice little cafe. Display of information on formation of Aus was very easy to understand and videos on land clearing to the point without being too emotive....More
Great little place to visit, learning about the Mallee Fowl and its habitat.
Great café and good coffee also.
This is a community resource centre as well.
The ladies in the centre were very helpful and made us feel really welcome.
Definitely recommend going there.
This is a small visitor center, but the indoor exhibits have a fair amount of interesting natural history information about the geology, flora and fauna of the area and about the rare Malleefowl. There is a nice cafe and a small gift shop. Tourist brochures...More
We were a cycle group of 100 people. The centre is informative, the Mallee Fowl easy to see and the male built, female supervised, nest mounds have relevance to human relationships.There is a cafe that served good food and coffee but needed a bit more...More