PARK INFORMATION


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Park Highlights

Animal Photos & Encounters Daily
Make sure you have your exciting moments here at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary captured by our professional photographers to cherish and show friends and family. With so many photo opportunities available daily, come and visit our Visitor Services desk for times and details. See our section on WildPhotos where you can find out information on how you can hold a Koala! http://www.cws.org.au/photo-encounter/koala-holding-photo/

Segway Safari
Glide gently through the lush surroundings of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on an eco-friendly Segway Safari tour. Start with a 10-minute instruction class teaching the intuitive steering system, then onto a 40-minute fully guided tour of the Sanctuary’s vast bush land and rainforest habitats. http://www.cws.org.au/segway-safari/

Currumbin Wildlife Hospital
Sanctuary guests can have a bird’s eye view of our vets working, and can experience the depth that Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has for the care and welfare of the Australian native animal population. See xrays, ultrasounds and endoscopes streamed live on a flat screen for guests to observe during the procedure. Even watch from a surgeons eye view by a camera mounted on the surgical light! – See more at http://www.cws.org.au/wildlife-hospital

Air Asia Free Flight Bird Show
Air Asia presents Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary’s Free Flight Bird Show. Meet some of Australia’s most beautiful species of birds from our largest bird in flight the Australian pelican, to our colourful parrots, birds of prey, endangered species and the majestic wedge-tailed eagle. Marvel at the beauty of these incredible creatures as they free fly across the audience in a wonderful display set against the sanctuary’s natural environment. Make sure you hang around to have your photo taken with a bird of prey at the end of the show! – See more at: Air Asia Free Flight Bird Show

Adventure Parc
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary’s exhilarating treetops ropes course – the Adventure Parc high ropes course – is bigger and even more exciting than ever before. 80 challenges, over four separate courses, will weave their way through the eucalypt and rainforest canopy, taking visitors higher and further into the spectacular natural setting. – See more at: Adventure Parc

Dining

Sanctuary Cafe
Sanctuary Café is open for breakfast and lunch, serving a fresh, modern menu seven days a week.

Koala Kiosk
Fast and fresh. Choose from burgers, fish & chips, chicken & chips or salad wraps. Finish off with fresh fruit salad, ice cream and a cold drink.

Adventure Parc High Ropes Course Base
Choose from meat pies, sausage rolls, sandwiches and wraps as well other muesli bars and other snacks. Finish off with a cold drink or an ice cream.

Sawrey Room
The Sanctuary’s 120 seat function room. Suitable for weddings, parties or any special occasion.

Location & Transport

Travelling by car

From the south
Travel along the Pacific Highway onto the Gold Coast Highway at Coolangatta. From there, follow the highway to Currumbin and take a right turn at the Currumbin Hill lights into Tomewin Street.

From the north
Follow the Gold Coast Highway to Currumbin. Follow the highway over the Currumbin Bridge and onto Currumbin Hill. At the bottom of the hill turn left at the lights into Tomewin Street.

From the M1 Motorway
Follow the M1 Motorway and take exit 95 to Stewart Road. If coming from the south, turn right over and drive over the highway. If coming from the north, keep left when exiting. At the lights at Tugun where Stewart Road joins the Gold Coast Highway, turn left at the lights, follow the Gold Coast Hwy to the Currumbin Hill lights and turn right into Tomewin Street.

Parking is available directly opposite the entrance to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary at a fee.

Transport Shuttle Service

To book your transfers please call 1300 886 511 or see your nearest ticket desk

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