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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Ticket

4.5 / 5

56 reviews

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Ticket

From US$ 35.58 per person

Explore Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary with a full-day ticket. Enjoy entry to the park, daily interactive keeper presentations and animal shows, and join the popular wild lorikeet feeding!

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Wheelchair accessible


  • Visit Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and explore 27 hectares of rainforest
  • Enjoy interactive keeper shows, hand-feed kangaroos or cuddle a koala
  • Marvel at colorful wild lorikeets at their twice-daily feeding
  • Learn about Tasmanian devils, nocturnal animals, dingos and even saltwater crocodiles
  • Experience the new Lost Valley attraction
Full description
Delight in a close encounter with Australia’s unique native wildlife at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, centrally located on the Gold Coast and just a 30-minute drive from Surfers Paradise. Explore the 27-hectare sanctuary, home to over 1,400 Australian native wildlife. Meet koalas, echidnas, wombats, Tasmanian devils, kangaroos, emus, and dingoes. Hand-feed kangaroos, come face-to-face with Australia’s largest saltwater crocodile and see the free-flight bird show and Aboriginal performances. Learn about the sanctuary and its animals at any of the 13 interactive keeper shows daily or ask one of the helpful volunteers positioned around the park. Discover the outdoor playground, ride on the sanctuary’s miniature train, or enjoy a picnic. Visit the onsite Wildlife Hospital and see the vets in action. Join in the feeding of the colorful wild lorikeets at 8.00 am or 4.00 pm for a gold coin donation. Enjoy the spectacle of dozens of rainbow-colored birds landing on your head and arms!  Lost Valley Take in the beauty of this 5-hectare rainforest as you wind your way along elevated boardwalks, whilst discovering exotic wildlife. Uncover the secrets of the ancient supercontinent Gondwana and explore a forgotten world.
  • Entry ticket
  • All daily shows at the Sanctuary
  • Use of the miniature train
  • Food and drinks
  • Transfers
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
Traveler requirements
  • You must fill out a travel information form

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Meeting point

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, 28 Tomewin Street, Currumbin, Queensland

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Important information

Know before you go

  • It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes as the Sanctuary covers a large area with varying terrains
  • The Sanctuary is wheelchair accessible. Note that some paths may not be suitable for wheelchairs, prams/strollers, or the mobility impaired
  • You can hold a koala and purchase souvenir photographs for an additional cost
  • Transfers to the Sanctuary are available on request for an additional cost and can be organized after booking
  • You are welcome to bring your own food to enjoy at one of the picnic grounds around the park
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.5 /5

based on 56 reviews

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We had a wonderful time. This was our first trip to Australia, and it was so fun to be able to hold a Koala and pet some Kangaroos. The Pelican & eel feeding was also very cool. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Highly recommend this activity. Truly a memorable day.

February 24, 2020

A very beautiful ride full of surprises for young and old to do

A beautiful wooded park, a surprising fauna, where children can evolve in the middle of the trees, in water games, and find at the bend of a rock or a plant, an absolutely adorable lizard or koala! I recommend this park where it is good to relax and discover at the same time a very interesting fauna. We had the pleasure of seeing a baby kangaroo in his mother's pocket, and were warmly welcomed by the volunteers.

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October 18, 2019

Good value for money day.

The staff and voluneers so passionate of the sanctuary. Great to take children for the wildlife and to learn about the wildlife. For the overseas visitor you can see and hold the great icon of Australia's koala. So worth the visit and not far to travel from the Gold Coast to Currumbin.

May 2, 2019

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