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
08 AM - 09 AM
42.42% of people start their Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
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 Trips
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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary , Currumbin Reviews
What an amazing place for a family day out. The children loved it. Especially feeding and getting close to kangaroos and there are lots of other animals you can watch feeding as well. They have a beaut tram that you can ride for a look around the sanctuary - there is so much to see. You can also walk around of course and have great views of animals and birds etc. The staff are very friendly and efficient providing a welcoming and wonderful experience. Next door to the sanctuary, on the day we went, was a fresh foodie market - which added to a the whole experience.
On holidays from Perth I went and visited today I was blown away it is definitely the best wildlife sanctuary I have been to. It’s definitely quite big with a couple of steep hills so those in wheelchairs or prams beware. But I loved the train made it easier to get around. It’s great that they have a volunteer program in place,I couldn’t fault it at all. I did get lost twice and walked around the same area 😂. Worth the visit !!!
This place is a kind of zoo where you can meet the kangaroos and koalas. You can touch and snap pictures with them. Of course there are other animals too. Wait and watch their animal shows, they got several.. just be prepared with their show time so that you won't miss them. There is train ride here to bring you inside if you don't like long ride. And if u bring stroller, u can place them inside the train too. There are also cafes inside but a limited number.
We loved our visit here. The kids enjoyed feeding the kangaroos, riding the train and getting their photo taken with a koala. We have that best photo taken with a koala and we thank the staff for ensuring both the kids and koala were looking at the camera! The park is meticulously maintained and you can actually see the animals in the exhibits.
This was first visit since 1975, 43 years ago!! When it was all about birds! The sanctuary is well curated and sign posted with a vast selection of Australian animals. There are plenty of opportunities to see koalas and kangaroos up close. The new bird sanctuary is stunning and has an amazing collection of endangered birds. A great place to take visitors to Australia,