Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has been conserving native wildlife and nurturing the local indigenous heritage for over 70 years. This regional treasure has also been educating and entertaining families and tourists from all across the globe.
So naturally, the animal attraction is at the heart of Gold Coast history. You’d be hard pressed to find a local who hasn’t experienced the renowned wild rainbow lorikeet feeding.
But over the decades, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has, more importantly, served as a haven to a myriad of native Australian animals — big, small, flourishing and endangered.
At Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, family holiday fun has come a long way since this family’s picture was taken. As the park’s collection of animals began to grow, it inevitably became one of Queensland’s best value attractions for kids and adults alike.
Today, there are even more exciting interactive displays on the Sanctuary’s horizon, so be sure to watch this space.
WILDSKIES 11:45 AM
Meet some of Australia’s most beautiful species of birds
LORIKEET FEEDING 08:00 AM/16:00 PM
Feed dozens of wild, friendly, energetic, beautiful lorikeets
PELICAN & EEL SHOW 10:30AM
Educational entertainment at its best!
BIG FANG THEORY 11:00AM
Check out our incredibly diverse range of Australian reptile species.
CROCODILE KEEPER TALK 13:30PM
Meet our snappiest residents
ABORIGINAL CULTURE SHOW 15:30PM
Celebrate our rich local Aboriginal culture
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, 28 Tomewin Street, Gold Coast