Nocturnal Australian Animals that Live in Cities

Nocturnal Australian Animals that Live in Cities

Australia is known for its diverse and unique wildlife. From kangaroos to koalas, many fascinating animals call Australia home. But did you know that many nocturnal animals live in the cities and suburbs? These animals have adapted to life in urban environments and can be seen or heard in parks, gardens, and even backyards! Let’s…

Interesting facts for kids about Rainbow Lorikeets

Interesting facts for kids about Rainbow Lorikeets

Getting their name from their beautiful, bright and colourful feathers, the noisy but spectacular rainbow lorikeet is a firm favourite of Australian birds. Hugely territorial, they mate for life but are also pretty tame and game when visiting our backyards and decks.  To learn more interesting facts about these spectacular birds, check out our interesting…

Interesting Facts About Bilbies for Kids

Interesting Facts About Bilbies for Kids

You may have seen this Australian animal feature during Easter – the chocolate version anyway! Real bilbies are a fuzzy, snouted, bunny-like species native to Australia. Read on to see how much you know about these adorable marsupials with some interesting facts about bilbies for kids. Fun Bilby Facts  When we say ‘bilby’ today, we…

Koala Facts for Kids

Koala Facts for Kids

Fun Facts about Koalas They are the unofficial national animal of Australia. Loved the world round for their adorable teddy bear appearance (even though they are not actually bears at all) koalas are indeed a national treasure. Unfortunately, these unique and beloved marsupials are also on our endangered animals list and we need to do…

Wombat Facts for Kids

Wombat Facts for Kids

When most people think of the Australian wombat, what comes to mind is perhaps a chunky, lazy, timid creature. It makes perfect sense after all, since this cute little marsupial has been featured with those exact characteristics in so many children’s books and TV shows over the years! That’s why some of these wombat facts…