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Our Animals: Native & Farm





Welcome to Our Native Animals and Fluffy Flock!

Where we have everything from endemic wild birds and small-large marsupials to fluffy farm animals!

Download our Local Birds List for a chance to win our Competition! Just identify a bird species we don't have on our Properties list yet, with Proof, post it on social media, and get a 10% meal voucher or Free Coffee/Tea/Juice!

Or to win: Find 8 bird species, take a few pictures, post and tag us on social media! Look Forward to see what you can find!! @theforestlodgeresort


Birds of the Forest Lodge Resort and Pemberton:

(classed into size/type of Birds) - frequently updated!

The Forest Lodge Resort:

  • Hyline Chicken and Mallard Ducks
  • Stubble Quails
  • Red-eared firetail* (B)
  • Splendid fairywren (B)
  • Red-winged Fairywren (B)
  • Silvereye (B)
  • Willie wagtail (B)
  • White Robin (B)
  • Inland Thornbill (B)
  • Western Gerygone (B)
  • White browed Scrubwren (B)
  • Yellow rumped Thornbill (B)
  • Little black Cormorant (B)
  • New Holland Honeyeater (B)
  • Brown Honeyeater (B)
  • Gilberts Honeyeater (B)
  • Red western Wattlebird (B)
  • Tree Martin (B)
  • Common Bronzewing (B)
  • Western Rosella* (B)
  • Purple crowned lorikeet (B)
  • 28 - Ringneck Parrot (B)
  • Mudlark - Magpie Lark (B)
  • Magpie (B)
  • Raven (B)
  • Purple Australasian Swamphen (L)
  • Wood Duck (L)
  • Pacific Black Duck (L)
  • Little Australasian Grebe (L)
  • White Faced Heron (L)
  • Brown falcon/goshawk, Square-tailed Kite, whistling kite or Australian Kestrel? (A) can you spot which one it is?
  • Kookaburra (A)
  • Wedgetail eagle (A)
  • Red Tailed Cockatoo (A)

(Alphabetical. List by Renata Suckling and œ)

  • Australasian Pipit (B)
  • Australasian Grebe (L)
  • Australian Hobby- Falco longipennis (P)(A)
  • Australian Kestrel (A)
  • Butcherbird Grey (B)
  • Baudins Black-cockatoo (B)
  • Black-faced Cuckooshrike (B)
  • Brown Falcon (A)
  • Brown Honeyeater (B)
  • Chestnut Teal (L)
  • Cockatoo Red Tail (A)
  • Cockatoo White Tail (B)
  • Common Bronzewing (B) (P)
  • Cormorant Little Pied (L)
  • Cuckoo (B)
  • Carnabys Black-cockatoo(B)
  • Emu (P)
  • Eurasian Coot (L)
  • Fan-tailed Cuckoo (B)
  • Galah (P)
  • Gilberts Honeyeater (B)
  • Grey Butcherbird (B)
  • Grey Fantail (B)
  • Grey Shriketrush (B)
  • Horsfield Bronze- Cuckoo B Pallid (B)
  • Kookaburra (P)(B)
  • Little Black Cormorant (A)(L)
  • New Holland Honeyeater (B)
  • Pacific Black Duck (L)
  • Purple crowned Lorikeet (B)
  • Ringneck Parrot- 28 (B)(P)
  • Red-eared Firetail (P)
  • Red Wattlebird (B)
  • Red-capped Parrot (B)
  • Scarlet Robin (B)
  • Silvereye (B)
  • Spotted Pardalote (B)
  • Stubble Quail (B)
  • Swamp Harrier (A)
  • Square tailed Kite (A)
  • Tawny Frogmouth (A)
  • Tree Martin (B)
  • Wedge-tailed Eagle (A)
  • Welcome Swallow (B)
  • Western Gerygone (B)
  • Western Thornbill (B)
  • Western Wattlebird (B)
  • Western Spinebill (P)(B)
  • White-breasted Robin (P)
  • Western Whistler (B)
  • Western Rosellas (B)*
  • White Ibis (L)
  • White-bellied Seagle (A)
  • White-breasted Robin (B)
  • White-browed Babbler (B)
  • White-browed Scrubwren (B)
  • Whistling Kite (A)
  • Wood Duck (L)
  • Yellow-rumped thornbill (B)

Great Website of Local Bird and Animal Life:



Can we self Check-In ?
Is the Hotel Pet friendly?