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Voted one of the Gold Coast's most popular tourist destinations, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is the crown jewel of the National Trust of Australia (Queensland) [NTAQ] properties. As one of Queensland's earliest nature-based tourist destinations...more
Hours Today: 08:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
28 Tomewin St, Currumbin, Gold Coast, Queensland 4223, Australia
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Take a leisurely stroll across the enormous grounds of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Or take the train from one side to the other. Learn about native Australian animals, step into bird enclosures & watch all of the daily shows and exhibitions. Lorikeet feeding at 4pm is...More
The family loved this wildlife sanctuary. We missed out on AustraliaZoo while we were in Brisbane so came here instead. So glad we did. We got a discounted family ticket through Experience Oz. Great value.
Definitely go to the bird show. This is excellent. My...More
We always have a great day out at the Currumbin Wildlife Santuary. This time I had purchased a Segway Tour voucher that included park entry. We were given excellent tuition in using the Segway. Small group (max 6) meant help was always close at hand....More
I went with my boyfriend who had never been to the Sanctuary and it was a great day out, albeit a hot day.
It's great to see a lot of Australian animals on display and learn about them, but it was wonderful to also see...More
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is getting a bit tired and is urgent need of an upgrade, especially the entrance area.
We were really underwhelmed especially for the price. If you compare this to Healesville Sanctuary, Healesville is amazing.
We found the sanctuary too sprawled which makes...More
We did not allow enough time while we were here. There is plenty for the kids to do, including playgrounds and cafes though I would eat elsewhere or take your own lunch as was quite expensive. The train is good for the kids and there...More
Lovely how the wild lorikeets come for feeding times. Large park with lots of animals. There are some older displays but some new lovely enclosures. You can catch train around the park and get off different stops. Lots of volunteers around to help which is...More
Seeing many animals in their natural setting was educational and enjoyable! Lots to see and do in a relaxed natural environment. The workers were all very helpful and informative - wonderful way to spend a day and learn about the animal life in Australia.
We visited with an 11 and 6 year old. Not realising how big the park is we weren’t expecting too much so it exceeded our expectations. We probably spent about 4-5 hours here. The kids got their picture taken holding an crocodile, got to feed...More