Gang Gang Cockatoo Parrot Eggs


Step into the enchanting world of the Gang Gang Cockatoo, a delightful feathered friend with a penchant for the lush eucalypt forests of South-eastern Australia. Whether you’re a seasoned avian enthusiast or a newcomer to the world of birdkeeping, our farm offers the opportunity to bring home these charming creatures and experience the joy they bring.

Picture yourself surrounded by the serene beauty of old-growth forests, where the Gang Gang Cockatoo roams freely, feasting on the seeds of eucalyptus and acacias. In winter, they may grace your own backyard, drawn by the allure of Cotoneaster and hawthorn berries, creating a delightful spectacle for birdwatchers of all ages.

At our farm, we take pride in offering only the freshest Gang Gang Cockatoo eggs, carefully selected and graded A for fertilization. With a hatching guarantee of an impressive 99%, you can rest assured that each egg holds the promise of new life and boundless joy.

From the moment you place your order, our dedicated team ensures the safe transport of these precious eggs directly to your doorstep, no matter where you are in the world. With our 100% guaranteed shipping services, you can embark on your avian adventure with confidence, knowing that we prioritize the safety and well-being of our clients and their feathered friends above all else.

Join us on this extraordinary journey into the heart of birdkeeping excellence. With our farm, you can trust that you’re receiving nothing but the finest service imaginable. Your dream of welcoming the Gang Gang Cockatoo into your life starts here, where passion meets dedication in every aspect of our operation.


The Gang Gang Cockatoo has a relatively restricted distribution in South-eastern Australia. They are mainly found in the higher altitude old-growth eucalypt forests. In winter it may move down into lower altitude woodlands and even into settled areas such as Canberra. Buy Gang Gang Cockatoo.

The seeds of the forest eucalyptus and acacias make up most of their diet, which is supplemented by other plant material and insects. In summer it is usually seen in family groups but may flock together in winter, especially when feeding amongst berry-laden trees and shrubs.

In Canberra, in winter it is especially fond of Cotoneaster and hawthorn (Crataegus) berries and flocks of 20 or more are not uncommon.