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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
Digger – Our Golden BoyCurrumbin Wildlife Sanctuary would officially like to introduce to the world our latest edition, a very special...Read More
Venomous or Poisonous?Spending time with wildlife Supervisor of Reptiles & Amphibians Michael Vella, we are quick to learn the...Read More
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
Our koalas living the high life and enjoying full housekeeping services from some of our volunteers. Such a hard life! ... See MoreSee Less
October 5th ·
Take a moment to meet Licorice the yellow-tailed black cockatoo!
Originally surrendered to the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, Licorice has recently joined the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary family as a female companion for our resident male yellow-tailed black cockatoo, Yella.
Although her precise age remains unknown, Licorice is estimated to be less than 18 months old, meaning she requires special attention from our Wildlife Trainers to ensure her fledgling education is continued and completed.
Yellow-tailed black cockatoos have the unusual trait of remaining with their parents for an extended period of time – three to four months of in-nest parental feeding, followed by another four months of feeding outside the nest, and several more months independent feeding alongside the parents. Although these beautiful birds usually move on from their parents by the next breeding season (approximately one year after hatching), they have been known to remain with mum and dad for up to four years.
Licorice is learning quickly from both Yella and the Wildlife Trainers, who have already fallen in love with her quirky personality and unwavering curiosity. Currently she favours corn and banana above all else! ... See MoreSee Less
September 30th ·
Our friends from 1029 Hot Tomato have parked their Super Selfie car at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary for the day! Take a selfie with the car, upload it to the link below and follow the prompts for your chance to WIN a beautiful Holden Barina.
Good luck Blinky, gotta be in it to win it!
www.mygc.com.au/competitions/1029-hot-tomato-surfers-city-holdens-super-selfie/ ... See MoreSee Less
September 29th ·
Would you like to become a wildlife carer? Are you seeking a career in vet nursing, zoo keeping or other wildlife industries? Or perhaps you’d like to contribute to your community conservation by becoming an emergency wildlife carer in addition to your current commitments.
Our Aussie Wildlife Course is for you! National Trust of Australia (QLD) Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is a nationally recognised authority on matters of wildlife conservation and research, with qualified zoological staff on hand to educate you on how to nurture animals in need and preserve your community. Choose from either an eight-week course or a weekend intensive and gain real-life knowledge and experience that equips you with everything you need to start your wildlife conservation journey!
Head to the website below for more information and booking.
www.cws.org.au/programs-courses/aussie-wildlife-course/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=online&utm... ... See MoreSee Less
September 28th ·
BLINKY BILL IS COMING TO THE 2015 GOLD COAST PET & ANIMAL EXPO!
Visit our team at Central Park Oval, Central Park Drive, Varsity Lakes for heaps of family friendly action:
- See Dr Doo-Lots and The Creature Teachers Show and our Wildlife Adventure Show featuring Blinky Bill and Nutsy
- Meet some of our reptilian friends, including a crocodile, snake and lizard and have your photo taken with one of them!
- Have a ride on one of our Segways
- Discounted tickets available for purchase on the day
Our friendly staff will be on site at our stall both Saturday and Sunday from 9am-3pm.
See you there! ... See MoreSee Less
September 24th ·
ATTENTION URBAN EXPLORERS - VOLUNTEER CALL OUT!
On 17 October, Gold Coast Open House is unlocking the doors to quirky, contemporary and historic buildings around the city for public exploration, and are now seeking volunteers! People of all ages and experiences are welcome to register and in doing so will gain:
- front-of-the-line access to any participating Gold Coast Open House Day Event
- quality volunteering experience
- the chance to broaden your architecture/events network contacts
For more information or to register, head to goldcoastopenhouse.com.au/faqs/ ... See MoreSee Less
September 22nd ·
Come and see us these school holidays at Pacific Fair Shopping Centre!
We're hosting a pop-up display with our wildlife staff introducing the kids to some much loved Australian reptiles. If the kids are brave enough they can get a photo taken with a python, blue tongue lizard or even a bearded dragon!
Monday 21st to Friday 25th Sept, 9am - 5:30pm at Centre Court.
No bookings are required, tag your friends and come along for some fun! ... See MoreSee Less
September 22nd ·