Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Gold Coast
The Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary was built as a bird sanctuary by Alex Griffiths in 1947. It then became world famous for feeding a huge flock of free–flying wild lorikeets which come twice a day to feast off the special mixture of food given by the visitors. In the early 1970s, the sanctuary evolved into a wildlife sanctuary to offer visitors a variety of experiences.
By September 2009, the state government recognised the sanctuary to be on the Queensland Heritage Register. Today, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is considered to have the largest collection of Australian native species in the world. From iconic Aussie native wildlife to reptiles, marsupials and birds. Also, the sanctuary has a miniature railway that has operated since 1964.
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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Shows & Times Daily
They have available shows every day so try not miss out watching one of these awesome shows of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
- Lorikeet Feeding at 8am and 4pm
- Pelican & Eel Show at 9:30am
- Blinky Bill’s Studio Adventure at 10am
- Big Fang Theory at 10:45am
- Australiana at 10:45am and 2pm
- Free Flight Bird Show at 11:15am and 2:30pm
- Crocs Live at 1pm
- Aboriginal Dance Show at 3:30pm
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Encounters
Koala Experience – Grab your chance to hold one of these adorable iconic Australia’s native wildlife while a professional photographer captures your experience. It is available every day at 3:15pm.
Cotton-top Tamarin Encounter – Get up–close and personal by feeding the highly sociable primate and learn some interesting facts about them in the process. The available days are limited only on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 12pm.
Dingo Encounter – Get an up–close experience with their iconic Australian native canine. Meet and pet this extraordinary pure white Alpine Dingo and watch him do some tricks on his training session. The available days are only on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 10:10am.
Echidna Encounter – Meet and feed one of Aussie’s favourite wildlife, Echidna. They may even feed on your hand and crawl over you. The available days are on Sunday, Wednesday and Friday at 10:10am.
Possum Encounter – The kind–natured mountain brushtail possum loves to snuggle up with new people. So take this opportunity of having your photograph taken while feeding and holding this amazing little marsupial. Available days include Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 2pm.
Dingo Walk – They have three pure white Alpine Dingoes who love to take their daily walk and this is your opportunity to take one with them. The available days are Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 8:45am.
Bird Training Experience – You will have the opportunity to witness and experience on how to train these free–flying birds. This VIP Bird training experience is available every day at 1pm. Behind the Scenes Tour – You can get up–close with the stars of the Free Flight Bird Show under the guidance of their professional animal trainer. You will know and understand how they breed to save these endangered wildlife. This Behind the Scenes Tour is available daily at 12pm.
Segway Safari – Explore the 70 years old rainforest by driving their popular transportation device – Segway, on a guided tour with one of their experienced wildlife officers. You will be able to meet and feed some of Australia’s native wildlife along the way. The Segway Safari is available every day with a different time schedule, visit their website to choose your time.
All these encounters in Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary need to be booked in advance so that you can secure your participation.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Schedule and Tickets
The Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is open daily with operating hours from 8am to 5pm.
- Adults (15 years and over) – $49.95
- Child (4 to 14 years old) – $39.95
- Concession – $39.95
- Family (2 adults & 2 children) – $149.95
- Family (2 adults & 3 children) – $172.00
Annual passes are also available and gift vouchers. For more information and their current admission pricing in Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, you can visit their website.
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