Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary (Gold Coast)
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Home to an array of fascinating animals such as koalas, lorikeets, kangaroos, crocodiles, dingoes and tasmanian devils, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary nurtures and cares for its creatures with its inspiring and impressive wildlife hospital and conservation projects!

Established in 1947, the sanctuary boasts a rich history of conservation and educational work, offering its visitors an unforgettable opportunity to encounter iconic Australian animals in a natural setting. The park is located in an idyllic ground of eucalyptus rainforests, creating a wonderful place to enjoy a day with the family. Besides their amazing ecosystems, the park also offers an incredible amount of experiences such as encounters with animals like koalas, nocturnal visits and even a treetop challenge for adrenaline junkies. 

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is undoubtedly the perfect place to spend an unforgettable day with your family, while enjoying and learning about your favourite animals.

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Animals

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary cares for countless incredible creatures and you can meet them up close through their experiences and encounters. Here are some of the park’s most iconic animals:

Koalas

These cuddly mammals are a must-see whilst visiting Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to over 50 of these friendly creatures. Koalas need up to 20 hours of sleep per day due to their eucalyptus leaves diet, so you may catch them having a snooze!

Kangaroos & Wallabies

Undoubtedly two of Australia’s most iconic creatures, Kangaroos and Wallabies are roaming around the grounds of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Discover majestic kangaroos bouncing around on the red dirt landscape and meet friendly wallabies in the Wallaby encounter enclosure!

Crocodiles

You’ve seen them in the movies - but have you ever met a croc up close? At Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, you can get close to the sanctuary’s resident Saltwater Crocodile, Boss Hogg who reaches nearly 5 meters in length and 800 kilograms!

Tasmanian Devils

Unlike the famous cartoon, Tasmanian devils are much more shy creatures in real life and are known for scavenging dead animals instead of killing their own prey. As part of a conservation project, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has bred 9 tasmanian devils.

Birds

From majestic pelicans to colourful Lorikeets, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a variety of vibrant bird species! Spot them flying around the sanctuary’s grounds and learn all about these fascinating species!

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Experiences

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary offers an incredible array of experiences, here are some of the most important:

Treetop Challenge

Located inside Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, the TreeTop Challenge will get your adrenaline pumping! With more than 100 huge TreeTop Challenges, including 14 ziplines, the action is more than guaranteed.

Twilight Tour

Enjoy an unique tour of the sanctuary after its closing hours, where you will get up close with its nocturnal residents such as the Tasmanian Devil

Koala Photo

Meet one of the beautiful koalas, and get the moment captured so you can treasure it forever!

Behind the Scenes

Get backstage access to the Sanctuary training, rehabilitation and wildlife departments! You will enjoy a 25 minute experience while one of the animal keepers tells you all the secrets you need to know!

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Ticket Prices 2024

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary One Day Ticket Prices

Type of TicketPrice
Adult Ticket$64.95
Child Ticket (3-13yrs)$49.95
Concession Ticket$51.95
Family Ticket (2A +2C) $202.95
Family Ticket (2A +2C) + Meal$233.95

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Experience Pass prices

Type of TicketPrice
Adult Ticket$109.00
Child Ticket$89.00
Concession Ticket$99.00
Family Ticket (2A +2C) $379.00
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Opening Hours 2024

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is open daily from 9am - 4pm except on April 25 and December 25.

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How to get there

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is located at 28 Tomewin St, Currumbin QLD 4223, Australia. You can get there using multiple transport options

  • Car: you can park in the sanctuary’s car park or alternatively use the free street parking. If you are travelling from the South, then travel along the Pacific Highway onto the Gold Coast Highway. If you are travelling from the North, then turn south on the Gold Coast Highway to Currumbin. From the M1 motorway, take the 95 exit to Stewart Road.
  • Bus: Translink bus services stop directly in front of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, with several routes across the Gold Coast.

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Accessibility

Currumbin Wildlife Park is committed to being fully accessible and adapting to each customer’s individual needs.

  • Parking: there are 5 accessible parking bays available in the car park and two council accessible parking spaces. There is clear and level access from the car park which is well lit and a car park attendant there until 2.30pm most days. 
  • Main Entrance: there are two entrances to the sanctuary. The main entrance ramp is moderate grading and not suitable for unaided access customers. The second entrance at the Nature Gift Shop is more accessible as it has ground level access. 
  • Sanctuary Grounds: most of the grounds have walkways but they are sometimes uncovered. There is a main paved pathway around the Sanctuary which is fully accessible.
  • Amenities: there are accessible facilities throughout the park. 
  • Admission: there is discounted admission available and free entry for carers. However, this must be proved with the State or Commonwealth issued Disability Pension Card 

Food and Drinks

The Sanctuary Cafe is a wonderful place to eat whilst you take in the beautiful views of the grounds. You can either enjoy a sit down meal or grab something and go. 

Contact

  • Telephone: +61 7 5534 1266
  • Email: enquiries@cws.org.au
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Contact

If you wish to convey any further comments or querys, you can contact Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary directly at:

  • Telephone: (07) 5534 1266
  • Email: enquiries@cws.org.au 
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FAQ

What is the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary address?

The Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary address is: 28 Tomewin St, Currumbin QLD 4223, Australia.

How do I get to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary?

You can get to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary easily by car. It is the 95 exit off Stewart Road on the M1.

Which animals are at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary?

You can find a range of animals at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, including koalas, kangaroos, red pandas, crocodiles, wallabies, tasmanian devils, dingos enchiladas and many more. 

Is Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary a conservation organisation?

Yes, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is a conservation organisation and engages in a range of projects.  

Are there places to eat and drink and Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary?

Yes, enjoy a bite to eat at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary cafe. 

What are Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary opening hours?

The sanctuary opens every day from 9am to 4pm, except on April 25 and December 25

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Katie Row
Katie Row
Hace más de 1 año
Good Currumbin is an incredible place which really looks after its animals.
Eleanor Bradley
Eleanor Bradley
Hace más de 1 año
Good Beautiful wildlife sanctuary. They really look after their animals here.
Ruben Green
Ruben Green
Hace más de 1 año
Good Amazing sanctuary which really looks after its animals
Jonah Jackson
Jonah Jackson
Hace más de 1 año
Excellent This park really looks after its animals and its a great place to discover them.
jacob Tomason
jacob Tomason
Hace más de 1 año
Excellent Amazing wildlife sanctuary with incredible creatures
Usuario Taquilla
Usuario Taquilla
Hace más de 1 año
Excellent This place is so lovely. It cares for its animals and offers incredible animal experiences.
Joe  Grainger
Joe Grainger
Hace más de 1 año
Excellent We loved Boss Hog the Croc! Super cool park.
Mollie Jones
Mollie Jones
Hace más de 1 año
Excellent A little taste of paradise indeed!
Maisie May
Maisie May
Hace más de 1 año
Excellent First time I saw lorikeets here and it was super cool!
Megan  Robinson
Megan Robinson
Hace más de 1 año
Excellent There are soo many cute animals here. I particularly loved the koala bears which they really care for after theyve been in hospital. The poor little buggers.