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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has been conserving native wildlife and nurturing the local indigenous heritage for over 75 years. This regional treasure has also been educating and entertaining families and tourists from all across the globe.
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National Trust of Australia (Queensland) has a long-standing commitment to Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, peoples, cultures and histories, and is committed to building on existing relationships and creating further opportunities.
The National Trust of Australia (Queensland) believes it can play an important role in creating a future where communities can work together to celebrate their similarities and differences.
Our Responsible Business Statement conveys the responsible business practices of National Trust Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in the areas of Our Vision, Our People, Community, Reconciliation Action Plan, Conservation and Research, Environmental Sustainability and Financial Sustainability.
‘'This statement provides only a small overview on what as an organisation we are currently achieving and what we hope to achieve in the coming years'' - Michael Kelly, General Manager National Trust Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is committed to promoting positive welfare by providing an environment that meets the physical, psychological and social needs of all animals in our care.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary’s Animal Welfare Charter is intended to provide a framework that outlines our approach, application and goals pertaining to the welfare of all animals in our care for all staff, volunteers, National Trust of Australia (Queensland) members, internal and external stakeholders.