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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Highlights
  • Admission to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, on the Gold Coast
  • Watch colorful lorikeets during their daily feeding, a popular attraction
  • Learn more about Australian native animals at daily keeper talks and animal shows
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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
From $29.29
Overview
Enjoy a close encounter with Australia's native animals at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, located on the Gold Coast. Your ticket includes admission to the park plus daily keeper presentations and animal shows. Admire critters such as the kangaroo, Tasmanian devil, koala, wombat, echidna and reptiles that live in natural-style bush and rainforest habitats. Walk through the stunning 5-acre forest of the Lost Valley and see unique flora and wildlife such as lemurs, red pandas, capybaras and other exotic reptiles.
What to Expect
When visiting the Gold Coast, enjoy a close encounter with some of Australia's amazing animals at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Your admission ticket allows for a leisurely visit to a centrally located oasis.

Stroll through the exhibits in the 67-acre (27 hectares) refuge that is home to more than 1,400 animals. Currumbin features Australian natives such as the koala, echidna, wombat, Tasmanian devil, kangaroo, emu and dingo, and the animals live in bushland and rainforest settings that resemble their natural habitat. Interactive displays and keeper presentations provide a closer look at the critters, including lorikeet feeds that take place twice per day, free flight bird shows and reptile shows. You can also see an Aboriginal dance performance.

Wonder through the Lost Valley as you are taken to a journey through the ancient supercontinent Gondwana. Immerse yourself in an enviroment as it existed millions of years ago. Explore this forgotten world and see unique flora and wildlife including free-flying birds, exotic reptiles, lemurs, cotton-top tamarins, red pandas, capybaras and much more.
Reviews (155)
1 - 5 of 112 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago
AUD125 to hold a koala

We went to the Sanctuary to have a photo with the Koala and we got our wish and this part of the day was by far the highlight....outside that the park is tired. We will start with the best of the rest - lizards, bush...More

Thank Peter S
Reviewed 6 days ago
well take care with great learning about animals

a lot of animals get injury and they get well take care from the vet and voluntee people . you will work a lot but very nice and natural where you can see a lot of different animals and learning some techniques to help them...More

1  Thank sandyalex375
Reviewed 1 week ago
Nice variety of Australian animals

I wanted to go to a place where I could see Australian animals, but not in a zoo. This sanctuary rescues injured animals with a vet hospital on site. I like their aboriginal show as well. It's a lot of walking, but good for young...More

Thank H2675VQlindas
Reviewed 1 week ago
So much to do here!

We thoroughly enjoyed all the shows at the sanctuary! So much to do and so much to learn! We also tried the segway and our coach, Adam was so nice. This place is highly recommended!

Thank 8Jane1717
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Interactive day with the animals.. we loved it!

My partner and I are spending a couple of months on the Gold Coast, so we thought we should see some of the local wildlife. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is just down the road, so we cycled there and tried it out. We had a brilliant...More

Thank Toby H
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TrailBlazer819904
October 13, 2018|
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Response from NortlandMel | Reviewed this property |
Sorry this is a late reply. We stayed here half a day. You could spend a day but the younger kids were getting restless
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BhaktiD37
August 25, 2018|
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Response from Berenice O |
Hey , it's extra cost , but feeding kangaroos you just pay the bag of food for them its cheap
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BhaktiD37
August 25, 2018|
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Response from Andrew_Aqua | Reviewed this property |
Yes you pay to have a photo close up and personal with the Koalas, but the staff will allow you to take extra photos with your camera. The photos are about AUD $35 and must be prepaid. The Kangaroo enclosure is free, but to... More
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