Well Sydney loves to chew leather, wood, table cloths....anything like that
Button, zips and dimonties are all fair game too but you wont find them on most toys lol.
So I only give him wooden things if I want him to destroy them (I'm eyeing up that wooden play stand when I say that). Now he doesn't chew as much as some Galahs that I've seen but it will depend totally on your bird as an individual.
Galah's also don't really stay still. I know when I was asking about a stand for the 2nd room to give him somewhere to loiter I was basically told by other owners not to bother...and it's true, unless he's pacing the top of his cage (which he likes to do often and bark orders to us peasants down below
) he never stays in one place for long at all.
I gave him his first booing today and he was scared of it for several hours!
He has a coconut forrage toy, babble ball, general wooden bell chewy thing, real wood perch with the wooden blocks on the end that spin, erm....booing....old baby toy that has various textures...swing...some foot toys but he NEVER plays with them....a ropey preening toy... birdy kabob...I think that's everything at the moment.
The rest is just more perches, he has mineral x1, wooden x2, dowel x2 and rope x1 inside and 1 wooden outside.
Sydney doesn't know how to play with toys though, he has to learn. He likes to throw things and have me pick them up...but mostly he likes to shred paper, forage the carpet for dropped seeds (or biscuits if he's lucky from the kids!) and have cuddles