1. Trina Jones

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    We visited the wildlife sanctuary on 23 April 2014 and also did a segway safari. Our guide was Kiwi Pete and I’d like to thank him for his tutelage of using the segways, his patience, professionalism and commitment to making sure we knew how to use them safely. He made the lesson fun and thorough. It took me a while to get the hang of using the segway but he was very patient which made me relax. We loved our time at Currumbin and will definitely go again. Going on the segways was definitely one of the highlights for us!

  2. Napat Sriworakun

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    Just fantastic, the shows were enjoyable and there are many interesting animals to see.

  3. Tony Noorda

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    Normally go twice a year for the past 14 years, and today was the first time I was let down a touch.On the up side the new Australiana show was fantastic and the bird show is still the best I have seen, however the place is looking tired, fences need mending, and the whole place seemed a little dirty, old repair materials were left lying around yet no workman to be seen,but for me today the most annoying thing were the food prices. $7 for a meat pie in a wrapper, $6.50 for chips and $5.00 for a choccy milk, sooo $19.00 for a pie and soggy chips (with the sauce) at this price I would expect it to be on a plate with a salad and cutlery in a restaurant, not on dirty outside tables. I really appreciate the work you do for wildlife guys, but your socks are starting to fall down.

  4. greg dandelyon

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    I took my 90 year old Dad today from Tasmania with my family and we all thought it was VERY BAD VALUE for the MONEY. Not much to look at – it was very badly kept – and no wildlife to really view. It is a rip off for the tourists ($49 or $33 discounted – even that is too much) and you should be ashamed to charge the prices you do… very disappointed and will tell all we know how bad an experience we had.

  5. Simon Ortega

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    Really nice sanctuary. Animals are well looked after, and efforts have been made to educate the public about conservation in a fun way. The highlight was being able to pat the friendly kangaroos. No other zoo allows this.I wouldn’t recommend this park to people with walking difficulties as there are many steep walking tracks. At this point in December / January 2014, the park is nothing short of brilliant