Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary in Gold Coast Guide:
One of the most popular attractions of the Gold Coast, the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary offers one of the most wonderful experiences of Australia’s wilderness, without the rugged factor. Set in an area of 27 hectares, the sanctuary is home to countless wildlife including native koalas, Red Kangaroos and Tasmanian Devils, and a world-renowned feeding zone for the vibrant-hued free-flying wild Rainbow Lorikeets.
Visit the sanctuary to view the native wildlife of Australia in its natural settings; learn more about them through exhibits, displays and wildlife shows; get up-close and personal as you cuddle a koala; and have fun feeding the kangaroos and crocodiles. Do not miss the chance to feed the rainbow lorikeets, which are wild and do not stay in the sanctuary but come into the sanctuary every day for a healthy breakfast.
Give in to your wild side and play Tarzan at the Green Challenge Adventure Parc, a nature-based adventure right in the middle of the wilderness. Scramble through ropeways hung amidst a dense canopy of lush eucalyptus and rainforest trees; swing from tree to tree and enjoy a ride on a giant Flying Fox from point to point. With Sixty-five challenges over four separate courses in a setting surrounded by native wildlife, the Green Challenge is synonymous with adventure and the ultimate Currumbin experience.