Brush Turkey, one of 82 species seen on the property


Enjoy discovering the many species of birds that live in the natural bush around Peacehaven Country Cottages.

Peacehaven Cottages are located amid Dry Sclerophyll Forest and Rain Forest, with Eucalypt Forests dominated by Flooded Gums, Brushbox, Blue Gum, Tallow Wood, Spotted Gum, White Mahogany and Iron Bark. The property is an important nesting site for many species of bird.

Over 80 species of birds have been spotted on our property (see list below) and many more nearby. The picturesque Markwell Valley with rolling pastures flanked by State Forest ensures an abundance of birds and other wildlife. Nearby is Myall Lake National Park offering a vast range of birds of the wetlands.

Peacehaven is the perfect place to relax and catch up with the beautiful birds in our area. It is a birdwatching paradise, as shown by the photos below which were taken by one of our guests during a short stay.


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State forest to bird watch in

Kingfisher one of 82 species of birds seen at Peacehaven NSW

Black Cockatoo frequently seen at Peacehaven NSW



Peacocks Grey Shrike Thrush Black-faced Monarch Olive-backed Oriole Red-browed Finches Female Scarlet Honeyeater Male Scarlet Honeyeater Rufous Fantail Lewin's Honeyeater White-winged Choughs Pied Butcherbird Green Catbird Eastern Spinebill Rufous Fantail Jacky Winter Azure Kingfisher Red Wattlebird Laughing Kookaburra Brown Gerygone Striated Thornbill Golden Whistler Spectacled Monarch Green Catbird Eastern Yellow Robin

Peacehaven Bird List

Compiled by David and Theresa King 8-12 January 2007
and Belinda and Bill Lowe 5-8 February 2007

Australian Magpie
Australian Owlet Nightjar
Australian Raven
Australian Wood Duck
Bar Shouldered Dove
Black Shouldered Kite
Black-faced Cuckoo Shrike
Black-faced Monarch
Brown Cuckoo Dove
Brown Gerygone
Brown Quail
Brown Thornbill
Brown Treecreeper
Brush Turkey
Channel-Billed Cuckoo
Collared Sparrow Hawk
Common Bronzewing
Crested Pigeon
Crested Shrike Tit
Eastern Rosella
Eastern Spinebill
Eastern Whipbird
Eastern Yellow Robin
Figbird
Forest Kingfisher
Galah
Golden Whistler
Green Catbird
Grey Fantail
Grey Shrike Thrush
Indian Mynah
Jacky Winter
King Parrot
Koel
Large-billed Scrubwren
Laughing Kookaburra
Leaden Flycatcher
Lewin's Honeyeater
Little Friar Bird
Little Pied Cormorant
Little Raven
Logrunner
Magpie Lark (Pee Wee)
Masked Lapwing (Plover)
Mistletoe Bird
Noisy Friar Bird
Olive-backed Oriole
Pacific Black Duck
Pallid Cuckoo
Pheasant Coucal
Pied Butcherbird
Pied Currawong
Red Wattle Bird
Red-Browed Finch
Rufous Fantail
Rufous Whistler
Sacred Kingfisher
Satin Bowerbird
Southern Emu-wren
Silvereye
Striated Thornbill
Superb Fairy-wren
Tree Martin
Variegated Fairy Wren
Wedge-tailed Eagle
Welcome Swallow
Western Gerygone
White-bellied Sea Eagle
White-browed Scrubwren
White-faced Heron
White-headed Pigeon
White-naped Honey Eater
White-necked Heron
White-throated Gerygone
White-throated Needletail
White-throated Tree Creeper
White-winged Chough
Willie Wagtail
Wonga Pigeon
Yellow Thornbill
Yellow-throated Scrub Wren
Yellow-faced Honeyeater
Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo




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