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Potters Cottage & House: Potters is nestled below Mount Blackheath in the beautiful Kanimbla Valley. This spectacular property with the Blue Mountain escarpment as its backdrop, provides a magnificent environment to relax and unwind.

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Potters Cottage & House in the Blue Mountains nestled below Mount Blackheath in the beautiful Kanimbla ValleyPotters Cottage & House in the Blue Mountains nestled below Mount Blackheath in the beautiful Kanimbla ValleyPotters Cottage & House in the Blue Mountains nestled below Mount Blackheath in the beautiful Kanimbla ValleyPotters Cottage & House in the Blue Mountains nestled below Mount Blackheath in the beautiful Kanimbla ValleyPotters Cottage & House in the Blue Mountains nestled below Mount Blackheath in the beautiful Kanimbla Valley

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Books and Book Reviews

Older Reviews
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'Australian Parrots A Field and Aviary Study' by B R Hutchins and R H Lovell
(The Avicultural Review July 1985 Vol. 7 No. 7) "The authors can speak with authority and are well known in avicultural circles. They have observed all the species and subspecies listed in the book with the exception of the Paradise Parrot (Psephotus pulcherrimus) and the Northern Rosella subspecies (Platycercus venustus hilli). In captivity they have kept 33 species and nine subspecies of those covered in the book and have been successful in breeding 25 of the species and seven of the subspecies."