Tick off Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary’s bucket list of unique and exciting encounters - Part 1
From adrenaline-packed adventures to BTS sneak peeks, hands-on animal training and two-wheeled safari tours, experience our unique and exciting encounters here at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
FestEvil at the Fangtuary
Looking for some ghoulishly good fun to have with the family on the Gold Coast this Halloween?
Meeting the Storyteller
Meet Luther Cora an Indigenous Cultural Performer at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Come face-to-face with Lost Valley
Explore a forgotten world and get up close and personal with a captivating spectacle of exotic wildlife and unique plant species.
National Koala Month
Join the plight to save our koala population this September - it’s National Koala Month, so why not get involved and help to make a difference
10 Facts About Cotton-top Tamarins
The Cotton-top Tamarin happens to be so-named by its distinctive fluffy white crest that takes many of us back to the 80s. These pint-sized monkeys bear an uncanny resemblance to a certain theoretical physicist — and they’re among the newest residents to grace the Sanctuary grounds in the all-new ‘Lost Valley’ precinct.
Fun, fabulous and FREE things to do with kids on the Gold Coast
FREE - the word we parents LOVE to hear when it comes to entertaining the family. And believe it or not the Gold Coast is brimming with free, exciting and downright delightful things to do with your kids when exploring the city.
Celebrating Dad's that call Currumbin home
It’s time to celebrate and salute the dedicated dads that call Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary home.
Injured Wildlife Gold Coast: Here’s What To Do In An Emergency
If you’ve ever stumbled upon an injured animal on the side of the road, or if one of your pets has ever decided to bring a reluctant guest into the house, you’ll be familiar with the heart-sinking, gut-wrenching state of helplessness and dread.
10 Facts About Capybaras: The World’s Largest Rodents
Capybaras are curious animals. While they don’t look like your run-of-the-mill street or kitchen cupboard-dweller, these South American natives are the largest rodents in the world