Get annual entry to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary!
Wondering how best to keep the little ones entertained all year round?
Gold Coast families are set for some savvy savings, with an annual membership at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary! Following recent upgrades at the Sanctuary, there’s so much more to explore.
The refurbished Wild Island Adventure Playground now features a brand new themed water play area with splash zones. State-of-the-art amenities with a five star rated baby change centre will also arrive just in time for summer!
Cool off in the playground and fuel up in the Sanctuary Café. Members can also enjoy food and beverage, retail and photographic discounts.
Enjoy the tranquility of Lost Valley or experience the ‘Wild Skies’ Free Flight bird show. Perhaps catch up with the Gruffalo during daily appearances or meet his ‘virtual’ friends along The Gruffalo Trail, using an augmented reality app to bring them to life.
Visit exotic animals like the Ring-tailed Lemur, Capybara, Iguana and Red Panda one day and drop in to say hello to the Aussie mates – kangaroos, koalas and crocodiles, next time you visit.
With conveniently located free car parking right across the road, come for a few hours or stay all day, it is the perfect place to meet friends and entertain children.
Annual Membership at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, a National Trust of Australia (Queensland) property is the perfect local playground.
From just $65, membership offers year round entry to the Sanctuary, free entry to all National Trust properties in Australia and reciprocal rights (including free or discounted entry) at more than 800 National Trust properties throughout the world.
Membership helps to continue the efforts of the National Trust of Australia to protect conserve and celebrate Queensland’s environmental, and build a cultural heritage for your little ones to enjoy in the future.
Currumbin Wildlife Sactuary is open daily, 8AM-5PM (excluding Christmas and Anzac Day)
28 Tomewin St, Currumbin QLD 4223
(07) 5534 1266
Thanks to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary for the post!