Animal Clubs & Hobbies
Bird club for private aviary-bird breeders and pet bird owners dedicated to the hobby of aviculture. QBBC meetings on the third Sunday of the month (except Dec). Discount bird seed and bird-keeping products for sale. Annual event: Queensland Birdfest, a licensed bird sale selling native and exotic parrots, finches, doves, quail, budgerigars, canaries. Birdfest is always held on the second Sunday in March. QBBC operates the Mynah Control Program for Logan City Council funded by Enviro-Grants (Myna traps).
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QUEENSLAND BIRD BREEDERS CLUB has elected to withhold the display of their location on a map
Disabled access No steps
Accessible By Anyone
Access Fee Contact us for details
Age Ranges Over 15 years of age
Other Requirements A current PAID Logan Rates Notice is needed to obtain the loan of an India Myna Trap, for use only in Logan.
Logan Council bus service stops at our front gate. Loganlea train station is only a five minute walk down Station Road.
Meetings 3rd Sunday of month (except December), seed and products for sale from 9.30am, meetings commence 11am. Air-conditioned meeting venue, which is clearly identified with distinct signage.
Assist with the manufacture of traps (for Indian Myna / Mynah birds) at our Loganlea premises.
Animal Control, Environmental Action
Incorporated Association registered in Queensland. Meetings 3rd Sunday of the month, seed and products for sale from 9.30am, meeting commences 11am. 117 Station Road, Loganlea, QLD. https://goo.gl/maps/o6NgiSm4rA8hhZWH9 Members are private aviary-bird breeders and pet bird owners dedicated to the hobby of aviculture. Queensland Birdfest is our annual event, always on the second Sunday in March. Birdfest is a licensed bird sale selling aviary-bred native and exotic birds: parrots, finches, doves, quail, canaries, budgerigars etc. QBBC operates the Myna Control Program (myna traps) for Logan City Council funded by Enviro-Grants.Visit QUEENSLAND BIRD BREEDERS CLUB website