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We all have the ability to make a change

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has a proud heritage of conserving native wildlife through the lifelong efforts of our founder, Alex Griffiths. We all work to continue the legacy of Alex through our many conservation and research projects complemented by the vital work of Currumbin Wildlife Hospital.

The National Trust Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Conservation Plan 2019-2025 provides an overview of our current contributions to vital conservation projects, vision and goals.

Conservation Plan (10 MB)

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The time to act is now

Many of our native wildlife species need urgent help. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has taken the lead in the recovery programs of a number of critically endangered species and works collaboratively on many other crucial conservation projects.

”Make every effort towards wildlife conservation and ensure that our children have the opportunity to see wildlife” - Alex Griffiths 1973

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