For many Australians, the dingo is a cultural icon. Dingoes have a prominent role in the culture of Aboriginal Australians as a feature of stories and ceremonies, and they are depicted on rock carvings and cave paintings. A dingo’s habitat ranges from deserts to grasslands and the edges of forests. Dingoes will normally make their dens in deserted rabbit holes and hollow logs close to an essential supply of water.
Five dingoes call Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary home. Currumbin offers the unique opportunity to interact with these amazing creatures daily. All hand-raised, our family of dingoes thoroughly enjoy their guest experiences and daily walks with keepers throughout the park.
*Daily encounter times may change. Please check daily schedule for updates.