Currumbin Wildlife SanctuaryCurrently Closed
- Address: 28 Tomewin Street, Currumbin, Queensland 4223, Australia
- Timings: 08:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +61-755341266
- Ticket Price: 49 AUD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Wildlife Sanctuary , Zoo, Safari, Cafe, Restaurant, Family And Kids
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary - Review
Home to over a thousand Australian animals, the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary make for an entertaining family day out in its natural atmosphere. The sanctuary allows its visitors to interact with the lovely animals in there making their visit all the more fun. The park also has the fabulous Sanctuary market that is a must visit on a Friday night. The sanctuary is also home to a cafe, a couple of restaurants and a room for special occasions.
The highlights of the park include:
- Animal Photos & Encounters Daily.
- Currumbin Wildlife Hospital.
- Air Asia Free Flight Bird Show.
- Segway Safari
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Information
- Except for event days, parking is available from 7:30 am – 5:30 pm
- Free off street parking available.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Ticket Prices
- Adults: $49; Kids: $35; Concession: $40
- For additional details on ticket price please visit the official website.
How To reach Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary by Public Transport
- Bus: Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Bus Station.
- Teemangum St at Kropp Lane Bus Station.
- Pacific Pde at Currumbin Beach Bus Station.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
95% of people who visit Currumbin include Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
49.67% of people start their Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Map
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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary , Currumbin Reviews
Such a beautiful place to spend a day! The animals a great with a lot of shows to catch throughout the day and beautiful enclosures. There are two play areas for kids, plenty of spots for a picnic and a lovely little train that can get you around the property. The staff were incredibly friendly and professional. We'll definitely be going back soon.
A beautiful place for a quality family time on nature. You can feed and touch kangaroos, look at some animals feeding, have a ride on small tram around sanctuary (there is a place to hold your pram on a train) and lots of walking observing live animals and birds. Staff is very welcoming. Thank you so much! We absolutely enjoyed it! For multiple entries you can purchase an annual member card.
This is an absolute must for anyone who spends time in Gold Coast! The sanctuary is set up so wonderfully to allow people to interact with many animals all around the park. There are lasers and bird that roam freely, in addition to kangaroos and emus. Of course, the chance to hold a koala must not be passed up and the money for the picture goes back into the park - it's a win-win! There are also a few shows to enjoy. Make sure to take snacks and plan many hours for your visit!
This place has grown heaps over the years into an amazing place to bring kids and visitors. The passion of the staff and volunteers are contagious, and the learning experience for adults and kids alike is priceless. There is a very cute train for those preferring not to walk between the areas (it can be a fair hike), but there are nice spots to sit and grab a bite if you're spending the whole day here (which we frequently end up doing). The animal hospital is worth a little detour, providing a nice sneak peek into what (and really why) they do. Highly recommended.
Gold donation to feed the birds, which I outside the actual park. If you go inside they have a few shows on and some animals, in particular you can feed the kangaroos in a open exhibit. The volunteers are very useful with plenty of information they can tell you about the animals. They have a cute little train you can catch around the whole park to, but it can not run during the bird shows.