rainbow lorikeet on the Coffs Coast

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These birds are prolific and loud, mostly hanging out in large flocks they can be very vocal about who gets to feed on which flower. This one had opted for a solo meal and was happily feeding on a grove of flowering banksia by itself in the Moonee Beach Nature Reserve on the Coffs Coast, NSW Australia. If you like the coast environment of beach and ocean on one side and nature and mountains on the other, this stretch of coastal reserve, tucked between the city of Coffs Harbour and the village of Emerald Beach on the north coast of NSW, is a great place to walk, wander, swim and surf and has great accommodation options to suit all budgets.


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