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Walk In Bird Aviary

No matter whether you are a bird breeder or the weekend hobbyist looking to build an aviary in the backyard, we have a large range to suit your requirements. 

There are several factors you should consider before making a purchase. Here are some of the most important considerations:


Bird Species


Different birds have different types of habitats that they thrive in. For example, a parrot aviary for medium to large breeds requires more space and stronger wire that’s set further apart. On the other hand, a small bird aviary requires wires to be set closer together to keep them from escaping.


Size & Configuration


Apart from identifying how much space you can spare for your birds, determine how much space they really need. Additionally, you need to know how that space needs to be configured, especially in terms of the ideal height and width. Generally, this will be based on the number of birds you have, their species, and their wingspan.


Weather Conditions


How can you protect your birds from harsh weather conditions? You need to choose an aviary that will keep them safe from direct sunlight, heavy rains, and harsh winds. This will also determine what type of roof you need.




Aviaries typically come in wood, aluminium, or steel combined with wire mesh. Getting an Absco bird aviary or a Colorbond chicken coop is a popular choice because of its durability, easy maintenance, and simple assembly. Wood, on the other hand, is often preferred for its aesthetics.


Finding the right aviary for your birds should make it easier for you to enjoy and care for them. Most importantly, it will have a huge impact on their well-being.


All our aviaries are designed to provide an abundance of natural light and air flow, promoting a comfortable, secure environment protected against uninvited guests.


What should I put inside a walk-in bird aviary?


You’ll need a bird feeder for both their food and water as well as a perch. Apart from those basics, consider adding bird boxes and a birdbath. Hanging toys might also be useful for active bird species.


What plants can I put in an outdoor aviary?


A landscaped aviary doesn’t just look beautiful but also gives your birds more natural things to interact with. Some of the most common bird-safe aviary plants include spider plants, marigolds, aloe, and ficus trees. Plants you should avoid include hydrangeas, bird of paradise, and philodendrons.


What birds can live together in an aviary?


As a general rule, keep species together only when their sizes are similar. Understandably, smaller species are often intimidated by the presence of larger birds. Living with larger species that can dominate the enclosure would be too stressful for the smaller ones.



A little about our Absco range…

The Absco range come flatpacked using the famous SNAPTiTE assembly system, pre drilled holes, labelled panels, making installation a breeze. 

All aviaries are Australian designed and manufactured to withstand the harsh Australian weather, made from high tensile steel and including a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty 

Need help finding the right product for your Bird, get in contact with our friendly customer service team and we would be more than happy to help.


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