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Welcoming Piggie’s Puggle!Four-year-old female echidna, Piggie, from National Trust Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary made headlines earlier this year when she...Read More
It’s a bouncing baby girl – literally!National Trust Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is excited to reveal the addition of a new Greater Bilby joey,...Read More
Meet The Endangered Broad-headed SnakeRecently I met up with Chris from Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to do my third Kids on Conservation...Read More
Learn More About The Glossy Black CockatooRecently I went into Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to do my second interview for National Trust of Australia...Read More
Trust kids speak outNational Trust of Australia (QLD) Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with...Read More
Tree Top Challenge Joins Currumbin SanctuarySpend a day full of wildlife fun and tree top adventure at Currumbin Sanctuary! New to the grounds...Read More
We have recently fledged some White-browed Woodswallow and Superb Fairy-wren chicks in our conservation aviaries and they are ridiculously cute. They eat their food on the wing, that means they tend to continuously fly while eating insects. You can see these chicks at the conservation aviaries, so be sure to bring your camera to get some great photos. ... See MoreSee Less
February 5th ·
What’s more Australian than visiting Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on Australia Day? Nothing of course!
To celebrate our National Day, we will be giving the first 200 kids through our turnstiles an Australian Flag to wave with pride!
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary will be open from 8am – 5pm this Australia Day and we look forward to seeing you here!
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary – More Australian! More Natural! More Fun! ... See MoreSee Less
January 25th ·
Presenting the compilation video of the National Trust Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary 12 Days of Christmas! ... See MoreSee Less
January 11th ·
To celebrate the arrival of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary’s newest baby, a gorgeous puggle to infamous Echidna mum Piggie, Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation is selling the Piggie & Puggle Charitee!
Video by: Damien Larkins ... See MoreSee Less
Vine by Damien Larkins
January 7th ·
"On the twelfth day of Christmas, Australia gave to me
Twelve lorikeets feeding!"
Concluding the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary 12 Days of Christmas is the species that lead to the foundation of our beautiful park in 1947, the Rainbow Lorikeet! There are fantastic Lorikeet replicas in our Nature's Gift Store, as seen here, and REAL Lorikeets at our twice-daily Lorikeet Feedings held at 8am and 4pm.
Stay tuned for our grand finale - the compilation video of all our participants singing the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary version of 12 Days of Christmas! ... See MoreSee Less
January 4th ·
"On the eleventh day of Christmas, Australia gave to me
Eleven koala cuddles!"
Blinky Bill joined ten of our cutest residents and ten of their carers for a super cute photo! As a permanent resident of the Sanctuary, Blinky Bill can now be seen in live shows and around the park every single day!
The 12 Days of Christmas traditionally commence from Christmas Day onward, meaning tomorrow is the grand finale day! Stay tuned tomorrow for the video compilation of all our participants! ... See MoreSee Less
January 3rd ·
"On the tenth day of Christmas, Australia gave to me
Our amazing volunteers make up an integral part of our team at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, and regularly enjoy witnessing the creative methods used by visitors to capture a #kangarooselfie with our friendly Roos! ... See MoreSee Less
January 3rd ·
"On the ninth day of Christmas, Australia gave to me
Nine baby Blue-tongues!"
Blue-tongue lizards are live-young reptiles as opposed to egg-laying reptiles. This group of nine baby Blue-tongues is actually considered to be quite a small number to be born at one time!
Don't forget to check out Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation when you visit the park, and follow the link below to donate to the amazing works these dedicated vets, veterinary nurses and volunteers perform on a daily basis. Stay tuned for the grand finale video compilation of all 12 Days of Christmas participants singing the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary version of the song!
cwhf.org.au ... See MoreSee Less
January 2nd ·