A great morning out. I have never seen a koala so active in my life! The kids had a ball feeding all the Kangaroos and yes we Fred them all!
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary did not disappoint! From holding the koalas to hanging out with the kangaroos free photo session, just awesome. Recommend a full day as half day was not enough. Also take the little train to help get from one side of the sanctuary to the other. This place is big. Had dinner just down the street at the beach club. Great views and good food. Elephant Rock was cool.
Bought 2 packages - 3 consecutive theme parks offer + Currumbins purchase with purchase ... overall experience was easy and enjoy significant savings from walk in rate. Viator app also allow easy access on site, which eliminates the need to bring a physical copy (environmentally friendly)! This is my 1st try for Viator, and will certainly try out special offers from Viator again! Great job, keep it up guys!
Kids absolutely loved it great thing to do on your way back to the airport if your flight is late afternoon
Nice place to be close with wild life if you visiting Goldcoast!
very enjoyable trip, like to recommend to anyone. Birds show time and birds feeding are the highlights! very well managed place.
A lot of walking with a young child and food choices at the food outlets were appalling. Otherwise a very enjoyable day out.
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Very nice facility. Lots of animals to see. Plan to attend feeding of the animals for an interesting and educational experience. My only complaint was the additional charge for parking -- was not expecting that fee. I was very disappointed that 4 exhibits were closed due to remodeling.
We're really enjoyed our trip to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary park. We had so much fun with kangaroos and koalas.
Really recommend it.
Our day started off very rainy and as we had Internet tickets we had no choice but to go. 30 minutes after arriving fully equipped with Ponchos and Umbrellas the sun came out. Our USA friends and us as locals loved every minute of the nature, the shows and the park itself. A great day out for a Non profit organisation. The only complaint would be the Café, the food was very vey ordinary and expensive
We always love going to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary when we visit Australia, you can get quite up close with a few of the native animals via the shows and also the photo areas. It was also brilliant being able to get a better rate via VIATOR.
Entering at child price is a steal, the sanctuary is decent enough, but the highlight is the Green Challenge which is well worth the money.
The price through viator was cheaper than at the front counter. Viator price includes the green challenge which was a great experience for those who wish to test their agility and overcome their fear of height. Currumbin wildlife also offer a close up experience with the animals such as the kangaroos, ostrich and take photos with koala bears.
Not as good as last time we went. Some events are too close to each other.
Similar to Healsville Sanctuary in Melbourne, so worth visiting, but ensure you try to make it for the scheduled shows.
My Granddaughter Great Granddaughter and myself had a lovely day,However dissapointed that the birds were few and far between the main reason we went.Perhaps when advertising it should be noted that the birds don't come in spring as there is an abundance of natural foods and they are caring for their young.
Happy with the booking.
you've got to be at the right place, right time for things like this- a peacock to cross your path, nearly all the koalas to be awake and feeding, the wombats to be moving around and not huddled in the logs, the emu to be in the mood for you to do a close-up pic, ...
that's only something that being at the right place, right time can do- not pre-planned shows, not anything, not anyone. :)
It is an interesting and educational visit of the sanctuary. The staff are friendly and helpful to the visitors. I will recommend this place to my friends when they visit gold coast in Australia
did not see too many animals and was told they were mostly nocturnal so it would be a suggestion to do night time tours
some of the animal housing needs looking at
There was hardly any animal handlers around
The surroundings were pleasant and we found a nice spot for a snack and before we left we found a nice café for tea
I was told no birds came in for the 4pm feeding but you can't control that
good I suppose for the over seas tourists to look at our animals
Train is a good idea and runs regukar