Bird Cages for your Pet Bird

Did you know that at least 12% of Australian households have some pet birds and with more than 4.1 million pet birds they outnumber cats as household pets?

One of the most important aspects of keeping pet birds is choosing the right bird cage.

This guide will give you some ideas on what to look for when choosing a pet bird and the right bird cage.

Buddy Bird Cage from Somerzby

Buddy Bird Cage

This brand new premium bird cage is made of high quality steel, has a stylish blue and white coated non -toxic hammerite finish.

Its sturdy and durable industrial casters make it easy to move around.This bird cage provides spacious room for your lovely pet. Suitable for smaller birds like budgies, finches etc.

$140.00
Baxter Bird Cage from Somerzby

Baxter Parrot Aviary

This brand new premium parrot cage is made of high quality steel with non-toxic Hammerite grey coat finish. Its sturdy and durable industrial casters make it very easy to move around.

This Parrot aviary provides spacious room for your lovely pet, and the heavy duty button lock keeps your bird securely inside the cage when the playtime is over.

$145.00
High Quality Bella Bird Cage

Bella Bird Cage

The Somerzby Bella Bird Cage is a Premium enclosure made out of High Quality, grey Hammerite steel so you wont have to replace it any time soon.

The Cage features A wooden Perch, 3 food bowls, An opening front door, Wheels for easy moving and lots of room so your birds can spread their wings.

$240.00
Chloe Bird Aviary

Chloe Bird Aviary

This brand new premium bird aviary is made of high quality steel with non-toxic Hammerite blue / black coated finish. Its sturdy and durable industrial casters make it easy to move around.

This bird aviary provides spacious room for your lovely pet, and the heavy duty button lock keeps your bird securely inside the cage when the playtime is over. The slide out metal tray makes for easy cleaning.

$320.00
XL Parrot Cage Maxwell

Maxwell XL Cage

This brand new premium parrot cage is made of high quality heavy duty steel with non-toxic Hammerite coat finish. Its sturdy and durable industrial casters make it easy to move around.

This XL Parrot cage provides spacious room for your lovely pet, and the heavy duty button lock keeps your bird securely inside the cage when the playtime is over.This is a very large premium quality cage.

$550.00

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY

We don’t like to brag, but we don’t mind when our customers do. Here are some of the testimonials we have received from our wonderful pet owners.

SO HELPFUL

Just purchased a 48 inch dog cage and got a pleasant shock at the quality and price and the ease it was to put it together.

Kimberley my sales assistant was so helpful and friendly I will recommend Somerzby to all my family and friends.

ROD TILL

SHE IS NOW SAFE!

Thanks Somerzby for supplying my kitty with the goods!

She loves it and I love knowing she is now safe when I am not home

ASHLEE SELLAREE

yOU GUYS ARE AWESOME

Just wanna say you guys are awesome! Products are amazing and you's are always so quick to dispatch orders too.

I ordered a pet crate on Wednesday afternoon and recieved it first thing this morning, so fast, you couldn't get a letter from the next town over that fast!!!

PEARL CHESIRE

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Birds as Pets

Did you know that at least 12% of Australian households have some pet birds and with more than 4.1 million pet birds they outnumber cats as household pets?

One of the most important aspects of keeping pet birds is choosing the right bird cage.

This guide will give you some ideas on what to look for when choosing a pet bird and the right bird cage.

Birds can make adorable pets and the staggering range of types, shapes and colour choices means there is a bird for every pet lover.

Birds also tend to be much cheaper to look after than dogs or cats. Some of the great reasons that birds make great pets include:

  • Lovable companionship – especially for children and the elderly – can even be trained to sit on your hand or shoulder
  • Low maintenance – clean water, healthy food, and a clean cage is all they ask for and they don’t need to be taken for walks
  • Intelligent – some birds can even be trained to talk – they’ll also entertain you for hours with their playful hi-jinks and inquisitive curiosity
  • Their beautiful singing adds a really joyful and uplifting atmosphere to any home
Choosing the best pet bird
Budgies make great pets
Lovebird

In fact 47% of pet bird owners cite companionship as the main reason for keeping birds according to the 2016 Animal Medicines pet ownership survey.

If you have a small apartment and you don’t want to be overwhelmed by loud bird song you might want to opt for quieter birds such as Finches.

And remember, birds are social animals so it’s usually better to keep two or more so they have company.

Pet birds really do bring life and colour to your home but as with any pet you need to choose the right bird cage for your needs.

Do I Need a Bird Cage or an Aviary?

The choice between a bird cage or an aviary simply comes down to the type of birds you keep.

Do they need space to spread their wings or are they quite content to explore smaller areas?

The number of birds you intend to keep in the same area is also an important consideration.

Large bird cages are ideal for keeping some of the smaller birds especially those that don’t need lots of room to fly.

Some people even allow their birds (when trained) to fly around inside the house and only keep them in the cage for safe keeping at night.

A large bird cage can be ideal for large birds such as parrots if they are given flight time outside the cage.

Birds are Social Creatures

Birds are social creatures but some species will fight if there is insufficient space.

Some bird species possess extraordinary levels of intelligence and curiosity and they need space to explore.

If they don’t have the space they need they may become bored or listless and eventually lead to health problems.

Typically, a bird cage is too small to house more than two complimentary types of birds.

Australian laws regarding pet bird ownership have tightened especially regarding some exotic birds or native wild birds.

If you plan to keep a bird species that is a little out of the usual run of pet birds you should check both local council and State regulations.

Easy access door with a solid lock to prevent escape

Features Every Good Bird Cage Should Have

Pet birds make really special pets and they’re generally very low maintenance but it’s important to not only choose the right bird for your needs but also to make sure they’re housed appropriately.

Here are some features that every good bird cage should have:

  • Plastic or stainless steel food and water bowls – easy to keep clean
  • High quality steel construction
  • Easy access door with a solid lock to prevent escape
  • Removable metal tray – makes keeping the cage clean  really easy
  • Metal skirt around the base of the cage to catch any spillage of food or water
  • Wooden perches – ideally a bird cage should have a number of perches at different heights – wood is the ideal material as it’s easy on their claws  

It’s also worth looking for a large bird cage that features caster wheels for effortless manoeuvrability.

It’s also worth looking for a large bird cage that features caster wheels for effortless manoeuvrability.

When you’re choosing a bird species for your home you also need to take into account the local climate and your preferred bird’s natural habitat.

But you have much more choice when you can so easily move the cage around to shadier, cooler areas in the house.

You also want to make sure that any materials used in the construction of the cage are high quality and non-toxic.

Some birds can have a tendency to peck the bars of the cage and poor quality paint and other coatings can flake off and cause poisoning.

The highly attractive finish and high quality construction makes our range of bird cages ideal for adding an exotic touch to your home décor.

Empty bird cages are extremely popular for showcasing jewellery, sea shells, pot plants or succulent plants, and glass objéts d’art or highlighting topiary arrangements.

Really, the list of exciting ways to use your bird cage is endless and only limited by your imagination.

Materials are high quality and non-toxic
Solid doors with sturdy locks

Built to Last

Somerzby have a range of bird cages for sale Sydney and Australia wide.

Check out the extensive list of premium quality features that are standard inclusions in all the bird cages in the Somerzby range.

We take great care to choose only the highest quality design and construction materials for our large bird cages.

We use premium quality steel coated with a non-toxic Hammertite paint finish; it’ll keep your birds safe and continue to look great for many years.

Solid doors with sturdy locks prevent your feathered artful dodgers and other flighty birds from making their escape.

Industrial strength casters are standard on our bird cages too for easy manoeuvrability.

Easy to Clean

The pull out metal cleaning tray just makes life so much easier as well.

With our smallest cage starting at 46 cm wide x 46 cm deep X 133 cm high ranging through to our large size aviaries we have the perfect cage for your birds.

And they’re suitable for budgies, finches and canaries through to parrots and cockatiels.

Many people even use our bird cages as highly attractive features of their home décor without keeping birds at all.

We offer a large bird cage Afterpay service with a 100% money back guarantee.

Maxwell bird cage pullout tray