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new cam location in sussex inlet nsw

New cam location in Sussex Inlet, NSW

By Rick | February 21, 2021
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We have successfully trialed a live stream from a new cam location on the South Coast of NSW at Sussex Inlet. An amazing little town here in Australia. The town lies on the west bank of the waterway called Sussex Inlet, which divides New South Wales from the Jervis Bay Territory. From Glossy Black Cockatoos to Kangaroos this cam will offer more than we have ever seen historically at Australian Bird Cams formerly known as Backyard Galah Cam. We think its going to be a game changer!! With this in mind Kim will be investing in the top of the line equipment including a PTZ camera to give viewers the best opportunity to see everything within the viewing eye to best…

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First Week! A quick update on where we are.

By Rick | September 22, 2019
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The new site has been up and running for a little over a week. Many tweaks have been made since, there are probably many more to be made in the coming weeks. The following are a few recent tweaks and changes made to the experience. The fourth cam is now embedded on the site. The chat order is now reversed to be like our old chat. The input and latest message is at the top rather than bottom. The chat now has a private message functionality. The chat now shows user avatars. Main top menu order has been changed. Donor rank is now enabled. Log in issues are (hopefully) corrected for the members who had problems. There has been a…

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New Name, New Look, Same Friends and Community.

By Rick | September 15, 2019
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It has been a long time since we started as Backyard Galah Cam back in 2010. We have made many friends and seen people come and go, some people who have passed away are dearly missed but are remembered in our hearts, as ever. We realised last year that it was time for the next chapter to our story and that was to create something fresh and exciting, but due to life taking hold we weren’t able to get to work on it. We decided that having a new name which better fits what we are was the way to go, the reason being that we have multiple cams in different locations and the name relating to only Galahs was…

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Welcome to Australian Bird Cams

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Here you can watch our four webcams which show some of Australia's amazing wild birds and perhaps even a Kangaroo!

Among others, you can see: Galahs, Rainbow Lorikeets, King Parrots, Corellas, Sulphur-crested cockatoos, Australian Magpies

You can view a full list on our Bird Identifier Page.

Our cams are currently in Wollongong and Sussex Inlet in New South Wales

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