Explore this iconic Gold Coast Wildlife Reserve. Immerse yourself in the wonders and natural beauty of 27 hectares of Currumbin rainforest, roam between open animals, feed kangaroos, and hug koalas along the way. Experience the wild lorikeet experience, free flying bird shows and Aboriginal shows. Test your physical abilities at TreeTops Challenge High Ropes Course, an exciting 90 canopy rope course, and watch great veterinarians in action in the Wildlife Hospital area. With a large outdoor theme park, Wild Island, there is plenty of entertainment for children to enjoy as they drive around in a sanctuary with a mini train.
Lost Valley, a new exotic area that has five hectares of amazing rainforest, Lost Valley will take you on a journey through super-ancient Gondwana. Explore a forgotten world and get closer and more personal with some of the most unique and unique flora and fauna in the world including friendly Lemurs, cotton tamarins, Red pandas, Capybaras along with free flying birds and exotic reptiles
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is a non profit organization and reinvests all proceeds in wildlife and conservation programs then zoological parks that are listed as inheritance at 28 Tomewin Street, Currumbin, Queensland, Australia. Built in 1947 and so on. It was added to the Queensland Cultural Heritage List on September 18, 2009. This nature reserve is famous in the world for feeding large flocks of wildly-free wild rainbow lorikeets, which come to the Nature Reserve to celebrate the special mixture eaten by lorikeet.
Lots of shows, shows and attractions including dingo meetings, free flight bird shows and feeding large saltwater crocodiles in the park. The park also contains serious aspects of its work and exhibition, and behind the scenes is an animal hospital and rehabilitation sophisticated. The nature reserve was opened as Currumbin Bird Sanctuary by Alex Griffiths in 1947 as a scheme to stop the population local lorikeet destroyed its flower plantations. Forest birds still flock to the Nature Reserve twice a day to be fed by the visitor. The nature reserve now houses one of the largest collections of native Australian species in the world. Exhibits include Tasmanian Devils, reptile houses and in December 2017 the sanctuary opened their new exotic area of ??Lost Valley which is home to lemurs, red pandas, capybara, cotton tamarins, tree kangaroos and one of the largest bird cages in the Southern Hemisphere with free flying birds. The nature reserve also has a miniature train that has been operating since 1964. In May 2011, the hospital had requested donations and support the government faces a lack of funds that might force it to change injured wildlife.
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