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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
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
They may not be up to Khaleesi's standards but we're absolutely in love with these new baby dragons - Boyd's Forest Dragons that is!
A "clutch" of five eggs hatched over the weekend, which is the largest we've had so far! This reptile species is commonly found in tropical northern areas such as Cairns, and they survive on a high-protein diet of insects. You can view this baby's mum and dad in Blinky Bill's Tree House here at the Sanctuary! They currently coexist with our scrub python, Max, and are very active at this time of year as summertime is breeding time, so head in to check them out ASAP!
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November 26th ·
Sometimes you just need a group hug!
Did you know a koala joey is the size of a jellybean when the female gives birth? The joey then climbs up the mother's belly until it reaches the opening of the pouch, where it climbs inside and attaches to one of two teats and remains there until it's old enough to venture out for a cuddle with mum! How amazing is this marsupial??!
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November 10th ·
Check out our gorgeous endangered Eastern Bristlebird chicks and their doting father! There is estimated only 30-50 of the northern population of Eastern Bristlebirds remaining in the wild.
These are the first Eastern Bristlebird chicks bred at National Trust Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, which makes for a very positive step forward for the northern population of the Eastern Bristlebird Recovery program!
For more info on these birds head to our Animal Fact Sheets on our website!
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November 5th ·
OFF AND RACING!!
Our echidnas may not be QUITE as fast as the leggy thoroughbreds at Flemington, but we're pretty sure they're equally entertaining to watch!
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November 2nd ·
Frog Week Information Sessions
November 5, 2015, 11:15am
National Trust Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
November 1st - 7th is National Frog Week. To celebrate, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is hosting two free information sessions on Thursday 5th of November. Sessions will be held at 11:15am by Wildlife and Education staff and at 6:15pm by Professor Jean-Marc Hero (Griffith University). Sessions will be held in the Green Guardian Theatre. All are welcome. Please register your interest by calling 5534 0864.
October 26th ·