Meet some of the birds that bring this paradise alive.

Kookaburra
The Aborigines believed any child who insulted a kookaburra would grow an extra slanting tooth

Whipbird
The whip-like crack sound is created by the pressure of an high-amplitude sound wave echoing off the leaves in the whipbirds’ rainforest habitat

Rainbow Lorikeet
Lorikeets are blossom feeders. These birds feed primarily on nectar and pollen by breaking the flower open with their sharp beaks

Cockatoo
Around 45 to 50 centimetres tall, the cockatoo is white with a distinctive yellow topknot and a wash of yellow under its wings