First birth of 2015!Currumbin Sanctuary would like to welcome the arrival of our first birth (or hatch!) for 2015 –...Read More
Koala MarchAnimals with Attitude is a world-class public art event set to inspire and excite the City of...Read More
Teaching ConservationEarlier last year ILSC Brisbane, an international language school, had a fundraiser for WWF where the teachers...Read More
Currumbin Hatches Fig-parrotsThe Coxen’s Fig-parrot is one of Australia’s most critically endangered birds with only ~100 breeding birds left...Read More
Christmas has come to CurrumbinIt is a beautiful time of year on the Gold Coast and a time where everyone can...Read More
Boobook Owls Hoot HootCurrumbin Wildlife hospital is enjoying being home to these three adorable Southern Boobook owls this holiday period....Read More
Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey MP has been successful in securing $450,000 for the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation, if the LNP are re-elected to Government, this weekend!. Yesterday Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Fisher met with the MP to make the announcement.
"I thank our MP Jann Stuckey for consistent support in the ongoing struggle to fund the Wildlife Hospital with this commitment, the largest by a state government."
This local Wildlife Hospital nestled in Currumbin, admits over 8500 native animal patients annually, with each case receiving the highest level of veterinary care. Treating wildlife brought in from neighboring suburbs as well as from the Sanctuary it is funded by Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation.
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Jann Stuckey (4 photos) ... See MoreSee Less
January 30th ·
Have you seen "Fragile" when you visited the park? Can anyone tell us where in the park he is on display? ... See MoreSee Less
"Fragile" created by artist Jono Bateman as part of the 2013 Animals with Attitude Sculpture Trail — at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
January 28th ·
ATTENTION STATUS UPDATE:
As of 7.30am 24th January Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary's West side will remained closed until further announcement. The East side will open at 8.00am with our famous Lorikeet feeding, Koala cuddling and reptile and snake enclosure access. Presentations in the Australian's Green Cauldron will also keep you entertained!
Please call 1300 886 511 for up-to-date information on the re-opening of our West side. ... See MoreSee Less
January 23rd ·
ATTENTION CLOSURE NOTICE:
As of 2.00pm on 23rd January Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary will be closed due to heavy ongoing rain. We apologise on any inconvenience. Announcements regarding re-opening will be made early tomorrow morning. ... See MoreSee Less
January 22nd ·
January 22nd ·
It has come to our attention that there has been some individual or individuals posing as representatives of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and or Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation. These people have been door knocking in the Pottsville and Pacific Pines region and raising funds on our behalf. At no stage has the foundation or the Sanctuary given permission to anyone to door knock on our behalf or raise funds for us, this is a scam and we suggest that if you are approached by anyone door knocking and claiming to raise funds for us please call the police.
Currumbin has contacted the police in relation to the matter and Police are currently seeking those who is behind this scam. It is very difficult to raise funds at the best of times however if you are looking to help us and the great work that our wildlife hospital does, we suggest that you go directly to our website www.cws.org.au or www.savingyourwildlife.org.au or contact the Sanctuary or Hospital directly on 07 55340813 (Hospital) or 07 55340826 (Sanctuary Reception).
If you feel you might have been a victim of these would be door knockers please contact your local police station or police link on 131 444. ... See MoreSee Less
January 19th ·
March 15, 2015, 1:00pm - March 15, 2015, 4:00am
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Live entertainment on stage in the Village Green with artists as organised by Bleach. One headline act, with supporting. Mixed food vendors adjacent to the Village Green with free Kids activities in the Lorikeet Arena
January 18th ·