Aug 20th 2021 3:33pm
Looking to treat the kids on their school break? Then head to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary this spring school holiday!
Why Currumbin Sanctuary? Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is among the best family attractions on the Gold Coast, offering an unforgettable day out for kids with plenty to see, do, learn and experience.
And as far as animals go, it's the best wildlife attraction on the Gold Coast. We all know how much kids love animals!
But it’s not just for children and little ones. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary also has a host of activities and attractions that both adults and kids can enjoy. Simply put an unforgettable day out of discovery, unique encounters and thrills.
So, what exactly is there at Currumbin Sanctuary? Take a look below.
Ever wanted to see a koala, kangaroo or crocodile up close? Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has all three, in addition to dingoes, wallabies, emus, lorikeets, Tasmanian devils, wombats, echidnas, pelicans, eagles, red pandas, tamarins, lemurs, echidnas, reptiles and many, many more.
Overall, make sure you’re ready to see a wealth of fascinating species up close.
The good thing is the animals are well looked after, living in gorgeous natural habitats that are fun to visit one after the other.
And on top of that, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary also offers first-hand encounters with its resident koalas, emus, dingoes, reptiles, red pandas and more, as well as live shows and presentations through which you can see your favourite animals in action.
See the animals and enjoy a few activities and experiences to complete your family day out. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary offers plenty more to do other than seeing the animals, and one of these includes the famous TreeTop Challenge.
The TreeTop Challenge is a 3.5-hour course featuring zip-lines, rope bridges and more (children must be at least 8 years old). If you’re a thrill-seeker, it’s definitely not to be missed. There are also an assortment of behind-the-scenes tours and animal feeding experiences, as well as a splashing good time for kids at the Wild Island Adventure Splash Zone.
All this is sure to work up an appetite, so you’ll be glad to know Currumbin Sanctuary has a number of onsite dining options, including Sanctuary Cafe, Wild Burgers, Kangaroo Outpost and more. Oh, and don’t forget to visit the Spirit of the Outback Gift Shop at the end of the day!
So, when is Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary open?
Thursday to Monday, from 9 am to 4 pm.
And what are the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary prices?
Take note: you will have to pre-book online before you visit. Currumbin Sanctuary is COVID Safe (visit with peace of mind!) and continues to follow all guidelines and precautions issued by QLD Health.
Planning to visit Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary? Then make sure it’s on your school holiday itinerary this spring with our Currumbin accommodation near Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
Here at Sanctuary Lake, we offer 2 and 3 bedroom Currumbin accommodation for families that are located right next to Currumbin Sanctuary. How close? No more than a 2-minute walk!
Our Currumbin Gold Coast accommodation is fully self-contained, spacious and ideal for families and groups. Set within our quiet, family-friendly resort, we also offer guest facilities that include an outdoor saltwater swimming pool, heated spa, barbecue area and secure undercover parking for all guests.
And if you’re on a budget this spring, you can take advantage of our cheapest available rates (best prices guaranteed) by just booking directly with us - over the phone or through our website.
It takes a minute to view our Currumbin Sanctuary accommodation and rates - simply visit Sanctuary Lake Apartments Currumbin Accommodation.
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