Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Gold Coast

28 Tomewin St, Currumbin, QLD 4223

Adorable animals at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

The Gold Coast is famous for many things: gorgeous beaches, awesome nightlife and stunning forest hinterland, and there is another attraction that makes this sundrenched part of Australia so wonderful – the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.

The Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is one of Australia’s top conservation projects, providing a safe haven for many of the country’s most threatened species. The park is currently taking part in 15 conservation projects, including koalas and the ferocious Tassie devil.

One of the best things about the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is the awesome selection of wildlife encounters they have available. Whether it’s having brekkie surrounded by koalas before getting to cuddle a koala itself, meeting the elusive bushy-tailed red panda, meeting the world’s biggest rodent, the capybara, or having a raptor perch on your arm, the park truly has some of Australia’s most joyous wildlife encounters.

The Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is perfect for adults and families alike, with its wondrous array of species from across the world sure to put a smile on the faces of all park visitors.

A visit to the park is perfect for people spending a few days in this vibrant tourism city, and ideal for adding to an itinerary with these exciting adventures.

  • Chill out at one of Australia’s best beaches

    Because the Gold Coast is known for its stunning beaches and spectacular surf. Whether you’re hitting the waves at Currumbin Alley, lazing about on Palm Beach or playing beach volleyball Kurrawa Beach, there is always a good time to be had on the Gold Coast sand.

  • Head to the theme parks

    The Gold Coast’s theme parks have been a favourite Aussie travel destination for years, and for very good reason – they are just so much fun! Whether you’re partaking in the Hollywood buzz of Warner Bros Movie World or jumping on an adrenaline-pumping ride at Wet’n’Wild, the Gold Coast’s theme parks are a must-see for people visiting the city.

  • Traverse the Natural Bridge

    The Natural Bridge is located in Springbrook National Park, and is an incredibly tranquil natural area right outside of the buzz of the Gold Coast. The bridge itself is a stunning rock formation that was formed by the force of the cascading waters above. This is also a very special spot as it is the home of the protected glow worm – something visitors can take tours to see at nighttime!

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