With hundreds of native Australian animals on display in natural bushland and rainforest settings, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary provides a rare opportunity to see and experience our amazing native wildlife.
A place where you can enjoy exciting, interactive displays, presentations and dining experiences. Nestled within 27 hectares of lush eucalypt and rainforest, each day brings visitors face to face with extraordinary wildlife in shows and encounters. Every day at Currumbin is a new adventure. Cuddle a koala, get up close to a crocodile, get amongst a mob of kangaroos or check out reptiles, birds and marsupials in amazing wildlife shows and displays.
It’s an amazing place for School groups and International guests to get a real sense of the unique wildlife that Australia has to offer. The Sanctuary also now hosts an excellent Indigenious Australian themed Dinner and Show package called ‘Yanguwah’.
For a limited time, the main entry price includes the Green Challenge Adventure Parc. “Sixty-five challenges, over four separate courses, weave their way through the eucalypt and rainforest canopy, taking visitors higher and further into the spectacular natural setting. Each of the Green Challenge courses has been designed for children (children must reach 160cm from heels to middle of both outstretched hands to enter the Green Challenge and 180cm for the advanced, Extreme Green Challenge) and adults alike for family fun, fitness and team building. Green Challenge is open for use during QLD & NSW School Holidays from 10am – 5pm with last entry to the course 4pm. Weekends during the school semester: session times to be run at 10am, 11.30am, 1.30pm & 3.00pm. Weekends 10am – 5pm (last entry to the course at 4pm)”.
SCHOOL AND EDUCATIONAL GROUPS:
“Our Education Service provides quality programs for all students including primary, secondary, tertiary, ESL and international. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary provides for an ideal learning situation as students are immersed in an environment rich with native plant and animal life. Students are given the unique opportunity to see Australian Animals up close in an exclusive education presentation. They may also be given the opportunity to pat some of them! We have found that the best way to develop a true understanding and empathy for both our environment and wildlife is through this interaction with real animals. Students are empowered by being taught ways that they can personally help our animals and the environment right now in their own backyard. This gives them a sense of responsibility for the future of our unique flora and fauna”.