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Here’s Your Chance To Name Gumbuya World’s Giant Golden Pheasant And Make History

By Simon Cassar
10th Jun 2021

A giant pheasant statue inside the grounds of Gumbuya Park.

Gumbuya World has brought joy to Victorians for generations, and the adventure park situated at the opening to the Gippsland region is now calling on all of the state's help to name their giant golden pheasant.

Yes, that’s correct, the nameless bird has been residing in the park since original Gumbuya owner Ron Rado converted the former pheasant farm into the adventure park in 1978, that’s over four decades that the golden pheasant has presided over fun-filled family outings and tourists getting close contact with native Australian animals.

To get involved in the naming process, head to the Gumbya World Facebook page which will be accepting name suggestions such as ‘Pheasant Mc Pheasant Face’, or ‘Signor Pheasant Feathers’ from Friday 11 until Friday 25 June. For more information head over here

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