Get ready to wear your feathers and beamed face in style!
The latest in fashion trends will be on display in Adelaide as the state’s National Eagles Day celebration kicks off.
If you’ve ever wanted to become a member of the national bird, or have even seen a glimpse of one, you’re in luck.
The National Eagles day celebration is a time to celebrate the beauty and the majesty of the birds, which are not only considered part of the Australian landscape, but also their natural habitat.
While some parts of the country have long had their own national bird festival, this year is being held at the Adelaide Zoo.
This year the zoo will be holding the ‘Auld Reeds’ event, with an eagle flying around and a flock of geese.
Eagles are considered a national bird by the Department of Environment, Parks and Wildlife, so it’s a perfect time to get dressed up in your favourite feathers and head out on the open air.
It’s a great opportunity to take part in a whole range of activities including the National Eagles Week Festival.
Get your bird on a picnic, play games or simply enjoy a meal with your family and friends.
If you’re looking for a little more adventure, there are also activities for the whole family, including the ‘Tender Tails’ and ‘Frozen Tails’.
The park will also be hosting a free flight on the Eagle Flight, a bird themed flight in the zoo.
There’s no shortage of options to get the most out of the National Eagle Day celebrations, including bird-friendly cafes, restaurants, and entertainment venues.
And if you’re feeling a little adventurous, there’s a whole host of activities for all ages.
Take a walk on the water with a favourite bird, see a live performance, or even get your hands on some classic Australian flicks.