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Learn how to train birds!
What started as Currumbin Bird Sanctuary, it is only fitting that we feature an amazing selection of aviaries. Come and visit our birds in the Forest Fringe aviary, Rainforest and Conservation aviaries as well as the Glossy Black-Cockatoo aviary which houses our very successful breeding pair of Glossy Black-Cockatoos.
Glossy Black-Cockatoos only eat with their left foot.
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Bird Species at Currumbin
Over 80 different species of birds!
Largest Flying Bird
The Pelican, the largest flying bird in Australia
Most Endangered Species
The Eastern Bristlebird is the most endangered within Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary with only 30 - 50 of the northern population left in the wild
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OUR INCREDIBLE ANIMALS
Kroombit Tinkerfrog Conservation
Eastern Bristlebird Conservation
Kangaroos & Wallabies
Tasmanian Devil Conservation
Coxen's Fig Parrot Conservation
Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby Conservation
Regent Honeyeater and Orange-bellied Parrot Conservation
Glossy Black-Cockatoos Conservation
Reptiles & Amphibians
Goodfellow's Tree Kangaroo Conservation
Ring-Tailed Lemur Conservation
Red Panda Conservation
Cotton-top Tamarin Conservation
Birds of Lost Valley
Native Stingless Bees