The state bird of Victoria, Australia is the Helmeted Honeyeater. It is the only species of bird which is endemic to Victoria alone. The Helmeted honeyeater became the official emblem of Victoria in 1971.
The mammal emblem of The Australian state of Victoria is Leadbeater's Possum, which is found only in bushfir-prone mountain ash bushland is the eastern part of the state. The avian emblem is the Helmeted honeyeater.
Australian Capital Territory (territory, not state): Gang gang cockatoo New South Wales: Kookaburra Northern Territory (territory): Wedge tailed eagle Queensland: Brolga South Australia: Australian magpie Victoria: Helmeted honeyeater Western Australia: Black swan