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Voted one of the Gold Coast's most popular tourist destinations, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is the crown jewel of the National Trust of Australia (Queensland) [NTAQ] properties. As one of Queensland's earliest nature-based tourist destinations...more
Hours Today: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
28 Tomewin St, Currumbin, Gold Coast, Queensland 4223, Australia
I mistakenly thought after reading some tourist brochures that we would get through the CWS in a couple of hours. I was so wrong. The kids and I could have easily spent the entire day here. There was so much to see and do. The...More
We were very very disappointed. For the $50 entry fee I expected much more. We actually found it a bit boring. We’ve been to Australia Zoo before and that was 100% better. On the positive side, the playgrounds for young children were good and the...More
We visited the sanctuary during a weekend away to the Gold Coast and it didn’t disappoint! We chose to book to walk the dingos and see the echidnas and had a fantastic time.
We’re both huge animal lovers so avoid zoos but this place was...More
What a great place for a family to go, we spent about 3 hours here with our young children and they loved how interactive it was, being able to touch the kangaroos and get right up close to lemurs and koalas and birds was great....More
arrived early and got to see koala, some with young ,walked everywhere so did not take the train trip, [would recommend train to older and those who have problems walking] lots of volunteer people to assist and guide us around was most welcome, birds of...More
Loved it here. My list of favorite attractions are:
1) Lost Valley: don’t miss the lemurs and the pheasants
2) The 15 minutes encounter with snakes & the following birds of flight show. Amazing!
3) Close encounters with the red panda, the tree kangaroos, dingoes...More