Start typing for quick search or press enter for more detailed search results
They might sound scary, but Tasmanian Devils are actually shy creatures which more commonly scavenge dead animals than kill their own prey. The devil can consume an entire animal including bones, fur and scales. They can consume more than 10% of their body weight in one meal! Tassie Devils used to roam the mainland, however can now only be found in the wilds on of Tasmania. 90% of the Tasmanian Devil population has been wiped out by the Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD). Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has been involved in the breeding program, to help save these marsupials from extinction in the wild for over 15 years.
The sanctuary has bred 9 Tasmanian Devils for this important conservation initiative.
The Tasmanian Devil is the world’s largest carnivorous marsupial.
Download The Map
Up to 5 years
Approx 21 days
OUR INCREDIBLE ANIMALS
Kroombit Tinkerfrog Conservation
Eastern Bristlebird Conservation
Kangaroos & Wallabies
Tasmanian Devil Conservation
Coxen's Fig Parrot Conservation
Mahogany Glider 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
Reptiles of Lost Valley