Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary 3.6 (reviews)

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About Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Who loves animals and nature? We certainly do! Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is 27 hectares of beautiful lush eucalyptus and rainforest, and when you visit you will come face to face with incredible and unique wildlife through shows and encounters.

Everyday is a new animal adventure!

You can cuddle a koala, or get up close to a crocodile. Perhaps you feel like getting among a mob of kangaroos, or even check out the reptiles, marsupials and birds in the amazing shows!

Want to get high up in the trees? The Green Challenge high ropes adventure course is a new nature-based adventure experience with 65 challenges for you to complete! They have a giant flying fox and a Tarzan swing, so you can imagine yourself swinging through the forests with all the animals!

Through this you can get higher and further into the spectacular natural setting.

Each of the courses have been designed for kids over 160cm,and those over 180cm and try the advanced Extreme Green Challenge! Sounds pretty cool!

For those kids who are still waiting to grow to those heights, they can join in with the exciting Wild Island adventure where they can watch the puffs of steam bellow into the air on their mini train ride!

There are hundreds of animals and birds, with the Sanctuary being one of the largest collections of Aussie wildlife in the WORLD!

A great place for kids to learn about wildlife, conservation, and see these sweet little creatures up close! 

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Adults $54.95 for general admission.

Children $41.95 (Ages 3 - 13)

Free Under 3 years

Last Update 2023

Discount Family (2A + 2C) $133 general admission. $168 for 3 kids.

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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary FAQ’s

Doing our bit

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is owned by The National Trust of Queensland, and is a registered charity and ‘not-for-profit’ which means the organisation reinvests all proceeds from these passes back into the Sanctuary - this means all the animals will stay happy!

Do they have baby facilities?

You can hire a stroller hire for $8 a day.

I’m Hungry! Can I get food at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary?

The fun named Koala Kiosk, The Green Challenge Base and the Sanctuary Cafe are all places you can get a tasty bite to eat! Fancy an ice-cream? Grab yourself a creamy scoop of ice-cream and other delights from the parlour.

Any top tips when visiting?

The sanctuary operate regardless of the weather conditions. They have inexpensive ponchos for sale to protect you in the event of unexpected rain!

Does Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary have a gift shop?

Pick up a souvenir from the Nature's Gift Store. From t-shirts to plush toys and stationery, there is everything you need to remember your special day.

Teachers corner

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is a great place for kids to learn as they are immersed in an environment rich with native plant and animal life.

Do they have baby facilities?

You can hire a stroller hire for $8 a day.

Is Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary fully accessible?

There is an extensive range of boardwalks and ramps throughout the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary which are suitable for wheelchairs. You might need assistance on some of the steeper walks, and some areas might be too steep.