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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
Teaching ConservationEarlier last year ILSC Brisbane, an international language school, had a fundraiser for WWF where the teachers...Read More
It’s International Bat Night!
This is a time to celebrate our native bats that play such an important role in the seed dispersal and pollination of our native trees! So go outside tonight, look out for some of our beautiful bat species, and take the time to appreciate their ecological value and beauty as we celebrate International bat night!
The Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Grey headed fruit bat exhibit is coming soon, here is a glimpse of some of our beautiful bats that you will be able to come and visit soon! ... See MoreSee Less
August 30th ·
Introducing the ‘Karma’ chameleon himself ‘Boy George’!
Chameleons are well known for their ability to change colour, however chameleons have a many other amazing features such as their extremely long tongue that rapidly flicks out to capture prey, their prehensile tail that they can even use to hang upside down with, their independently mobile eyes and of course their strange swaying movements. A truly fascinating creature keeping one or two of his eyes on you in Blinky Bill's Tree house! (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less
August 25th ·
I'm sorry big guy - Today is Monday!
The Sanctuary had the pleasure of hosting the Igers Gold Coast community on Sunday. Keep an eye out for some great photography over the social wires. With cute baby koala photos sure to light-up Instagram. ... See MoreSee Less
Hey do my teeth need a clean #CurrumbinWildlifeSanctuary
August 23rd ·
Here are all the wonderful winners from last night Queensland Heritage Awards at Old Government House. For a list of all the winners go to our website - more photos coming soon.... www.nationaltrust.org.au/qld/HeritageAwards2015#JHMA
August 22nd ·
The 2015 Queensland Heritage Awards are underway! We were just treated to a fantastic performance by Soirées Musicales. Now on with the award presentations!
August 20th ·
Fotos by sabbiaK | National Trust Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Gold Coast, QLD Hold on tight baby - it's almost the weekend!
August 20th ·
The 136th Signals Squadron from Gallipoli Barracks Brisbane, have always been affiliated with the Dingo and to date the Dingo remains on the Sqn logo. In order to re-establish this link to their heritage, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary was approached to see if we were interested in an affiliation that would see, once again, a dingo on parade at the Sqn. In an exchange program, members of the Sqn would conduct voluntary work in support of CWS.
On the 28 Jul 15, the Sqn sent nine members to conduct voluntary work at CWS. It was at this point they met their new mascot "Marrok". The plan is for Marrok to visit the Sqn on significant events, such as parades and open days. We look forward to Marrok visiting the Sqn in the near future and continuing to develop the relationship with CWS. ... See MoreSee Less
August 19th ·