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Meet the world's largest rodent!
You thought guinea pigs were cute well wait until you meet these guys!
Enter the Capybaras enclosure and get up close and personal, give them a scratch and help feed them while learning interesting facts like how they eat their own poo.
Name: Capybara Encounter
Days Available: Thursday to Monday*
Positions Available: 3 Per Session
All participants must be 6 years and over and if under the age of 14 must be with a paying adult.
*Check our opening hours here
Children must be over the age of 6 years, children aged 6-14 years must be accompanied by a paying adult
As you are going into operational areas, no strollers or wheelchair access
Appropriate footwear must be worn. No high heels
In the event of inclement weather, suitable attire should be worn or purchased from the retail outlets
A person may not physically touch an animal or place any other object or into enclosures, unless invited and supervised by a qualified Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary staff member
The encounter may be cancelled at any time due to reasons beyond the control of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. To ensure the safety of guests and animals. Encounter rescheduling may be available in the case of this
You will be going into areas of the Sanctuary that are not normally accessed by guests, as such you must stay with your keeper and obey all instructions given. Failure to do so may result in the encounter being suspended
For your safety and the safety of our animals, the encounter will be stopped if participants fail to follow any safety instructions
If you have any allergies or anaphylaxis, please bring this to our attention before you book this experience. This experience involves food
You must agree with the Terms and Conditions outlined in this legally binding document prior to your participation in this encounter
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