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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Currumbin

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4/5 based on 2,000+ reviews on the web
Come to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to feed Rainbow Lorikeets, a wildly colorful type of Australia parrot. Alex Griffiths originally founded the sanctuary in 1947 to prevent these birds from eating his flower plantation. Today, visitors provide twice-daily feeding to giant flocks of the free-flying parrots. Navigate on a Segway the rest of the 27 hectares (67 acres), where you can cuddle with koalas, hang out with kangaroos, and observe crocodiles and Tasmanian Devils. Work out when and for how long to visit Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and other Currumbin attractions using our handy Currumbin vacation route planner.
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  • A great day out, went on the spur of the moment and had a great time exploring and interacting with the animals. Fun for all the family, easy walking tracks. 
  • The park itself is interesting to discover the Australian fauna. Many aspects "amusement park" as stand of candy, stand of burgers, etc etc etc... The word 'sanctuary' is not really suitable for this place. The kangaroos appear to completely stuffed by the impressive amount of visitors. Some parks in Australia manage the food given to animals needs, in order to preserve the animals but also to keep assets. Here it is the opposite, we buy her food for animals kicked 4 Australian dollars (money money...) and kangaroos don't want anyway because they are completely inactive and force-fed. Photo shoot with the koala out of price (like across the country), for a few seconds in the arms. Poor animals! I discovered the Tasmanian Devil I had ever seen. What really annoyed me is the price of admission. When controlling the price online on the internet and see: $ 25 and we say, it is acceptable and that we take his car to move, is expected to pay more or or less this price on the spot. Well well no, it's THE DOUBLE! Between a sale the internet even on day of the ticket and entry to the Park Fund, it goes from simple to double. This is really unacceptable in my view, this marketing is to review as not correct. Generally speaking, I preferred the Lone Pine in Brisbane.
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  • Lovely wildlife park, set in natural surroundings. There is free parking for RACQ members which is a big plus.Lots of shows.Its advisable to get a timetable at the entrance, so as not to miss anything...  read more »
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