Looking for an amazing, educational, and family friendly tourist attraction that your kids would love? If you’re heading to the Gold Coast, then you’ll be thrilled to know that there’s a popular tourist destination there that would enable you and your family to mingle with our Australian wildlife—the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
As humans, we are naturally fond of animals. Especially the kids since they are in the stage when they are curious with just about anything new their senses catch. But do you know why we feel this loving attachment towards the members of the animal kingdom? According to a theory, it is so because we were animals before that even now that the humans acquired logic, and are thus called homo sapiens, our affinity to what we were before still lives on. Whether it’s real or not, our love for animals will always stay.
So head on to Tomewin Street, Currumbin once you get to the Gold Coast and experience with your family exactly what the sanctuary says on its tagline: More Australia, More Natural, More Fun.
Your family would surely have an experience of a lifetime at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. You can hug a cuddly koala, feed a kangaroo and lorikeet, see an Australiana sheep shearing, and be amongst the audience at the free bird show. There are much more for you and your family so make sure to drop by here.
The sanctuary operates every day from 8am to 5pm, with exemptions every April 25 for the Anzac Day and December 25 for Christmas. Experience the Australian wildlife general admission for $49 for adults, $35 for children four to 14 years of age, $40 for concession, $133 for families consisting of two adults and two kids, and $150 for family concessions with two adults and three kids, and $168 for families with two adults and three kids.
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Image Source : National Trust Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary