Address : 7 Marrinup Drive, Yallingup WA
Open : Thursday to Monday - Lunch
Wednesday Coffee & Cake Only
also Saturday - Dinner
Here at The Studio Gallery & Bistro we have taken it upon ourselves to give a little back into our local environment by regenerating our gardens into a predominantly native themed garden. In doing so we have created a safe natural habitat where a plethora of local native birds visit us every day.
The two key elements to attract such fauna are bird baths filled with fresh water and continually planting native tube stock varieties such as Grevillea, Callistemon, Banksia, Adenanthos & Anigozanthos, just to name a few.
Everything we plant will flower at some stage providing nectar-rich flowers, seeds and insects for the bird life to thrive on throughout the year.
So come on in to enjoy our beautiful natural garden setting with bird song in the background, whilst enjoying a Studio Gallery & Bistro culinary experience.
White-breasted Robins inhabit the forests of far south-western W.A., particularly the dense shrubbery bordering creek-lines and other wet places.
The Western Rosella is the smallest rosella and is usually seen in pairs or small parties.
Spotted Pardalote is a tiny bird that is most often high in a eucalypt canopy, more often detected by its characteristic call.
The breeding plumage of the male is predominantly blue, varying from cobalt-blue in the east of its range to violet-blue in the west.
The white-browed scrubwren is a passerine bird found in coastal areas of Australia.
The western spinebill is a honeyeater found in the heath and woodland of south-western Western Australia.
The Scarlet Robin is a medium-sized robin, with a plump and compact appearance.
Red Wattlebird is a large, noisy honeyeater. The common name refers to the fleshy reddish wattle on the side of the neck.