My children just love the place and would like to come back again. They enjoyed the Tree Top Challenge and Flying Fox
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Great afternoon spent at the sanctuary. Nice to see it has more of a sanctuary feel to it than a zoo - none of the animals seemed overly confined like they are in a zoo. Lots of open space and plenty of different native animals...More
Such an incredible day, we wandered around and saw some amazing animals. The free flight bird show was fantastic. The little train was a highlight for the kids. All staff members were friendly and helpful. There is a lovely kids play area where you can...More
I was expecting the sanctury to be a little more theme park touristy than it was, and I was pleasantly surprised. It has a nice, family friendly and laid back vibe. I had my grandmother with me and we pushed her around in a wheel...More
Would first of all recommend finding a coupon online or going to an info centre for a discount otherwise it is very expensive. The Australian bird show was very good and informative. So cool to be able to pat the kangaroos up close!
For those who never had a chance to meet the Australian animal life in your wild this is one of the ideal places. Has a large set of different animal species (perhaps all), many of them little known. The most common, koalas and kangaroos are...More
It's just a beautiful relaxing place to visit. The Koala's are adorable and the bird shows are just fabulous. Everyone who works their seems to love the animals so much. Walking around Currumbin Wild life sanctuary is a must. I take my grandchildren there every...More
The park is not really a zoo, but more of a wildlife conservation. There are a few shows and we especially liked the Free Flight show that was educational and entertaining. Most of the kangeroos and some other animals are not enclosed, and my boys...More
Last time I was at Currumbin was as a young boy with my (now deceased) grandmother and grandfather. That was about 30 years ago. Coming back not remembering anything, but my wife wanted to go. I wasn't expecting to enjoy the place as much as...More
We recently took a granddaughter to the iconic Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on the Gold Coast. The superlatives were too numerous to list, but it's save to say, we'll be back. It was difficult to leave before closing time, and with so many attractions and animals...More