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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Currumbin
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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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  • Took family for a visit... Very pricey, pay for parking then pay again for entry, was surprised the toilets weren't pay per use. Volunteers were very helpful and kind. The attractions were pretty good...  more »
  • We LOVE taking out international visitors to the Sanctuary! It shows the best of Australian fauna, and it is great value! And we have fun too! We have been at least 7 times, and love it every time! 
  • As soon as we walked in, we saw people feeding lots of colorful lorikeets perched on their arms and heads. We obtained a metal plate from the staff who then poured nectar into the plate. Then lorikeet...  more »