All listings are birds owned by our Aviary Leaguers or Wattle Aviaries, and as such can be located anywhere in the Country. Freight is very likely to be involved when buying birds.
Freighting of birds is at your own expense and risk, and subject to appropriate Import/Export License requirements within each State of Australia. We do not send birds outside of Australia. (For info or to check if livestock can be flown to your nearest airport contact Aust Air Express ( http://www.aae.com.au/ )
Ever increasingly the cost of freight continues to vary - mainly increase. This increase is due to freighting company cost rises and not any Leaguer or Wattle Aviaries. When buying birds directly from Wattle Aviaries (and not directly from a Leaguer) the freight costs quoted include the AAE Freight Charge, the cost of constructing the freight box incl foam-lined roofing, plus the cost of Tollways to and from the Airport, including fuel for the 100km return trip. With increasing costs, we have no option but to include these costs in our freight charge. This means the cost of an average sized bird freighting boxes, including the cost of obtaining the box will now cost around $100 - or more pending the box size required. Please be aware of this before asking for a quote, and having the shock of your life when we reply.
Many Leaguers are now waiting and ordering multiple birds that can be freighted in the same box to reduce the impact of this cost. Some are even purchasing for mates so the cost is shared.
Due to quarantine reasons any birds being sent to Western Australia or Tasmania must not contain any seed, fruit or vegetables.
Insurance may be bought at the buyers expense via Australian Air Express. This is YOUR responsibility to ask for PRIOR to the sale being completed.