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You actually don't need a vet to do DNA testing to determine the sex. You can do it yourself.
There are several companies that do do DNA sexing of birds. Some tests use a blood sample. Others use feathers. They are equally reliable. DNA testing is the most reliable method of sexing birds, and it is very accurate (about 99%), but once in a great while a mistake is made.Here are reputable companies where you can order kits for feather or blood test kits. They're under $20.
If you still prefer to have a vet do it, it will cost much more, but they use the same test kits. Here is the closest vet I could find that treats birds:
Phone #: 02 4982 3266
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I'm just checking to see if you need any additional information. I hope you find the test you can do yourself a much less expensive option.