Small but with plenty of things to see. Crocodile feeding was worth waiting for. Food and drinks a bit over priced but to be expected. Staff and volunteers are friendly and approachable.
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From the moment you enter the park you know you are going to have a memorable day. The park is very well maintained and the animal habitats seem a lot nicer for the animals than your average zoo. The free flight bird show is a...More
We took our adult children and grandchildren aged 3 &5. What a fabulous day. We arrived about 10:30 and left at 4:30. There is so much to see. Following the trail koalas, nocturnal animals, reptiles, bird aviary, crocodile feeding, birds of prey, sheep shearing.....the kids...More
So many animals and shows that were amazing.Was able to see those "popular Australia animals" like the koala, kangaroos and crocodile shows. The shows provide us the education on these animals as well. For muslim travelers, there is a prayer room located near "koala experience".
Currumbin is a great day out for both Australians and visitors alike. It allows non Australians to see the indigenous animals, mammals and birds of Australia and also to get up close. I don’t normally like these places as I always have concerns over the...More
Didn't much like being confronted with A GIFT SHOP as soon as I walked in... Expected to be surrounded by animals... WAS, but I wanted the REAL ONES NOT THE STUFFED ONES MADE IN CHINA .... Sorry Guys !!! Good once I got past that.......More
Traveled to Australia from US for a lifetime of waiting Trip. Top of my wife’s list, hold a Koala and pet a kangaroo. Both done here satisfying those goals easily. Photo opp with Koala if you pay, but fair price and you can use your...More
2 young adults and 1 young at heart spent the day here. From cuddling koalas, baby crocs to petting wallabies and riding on the train, it was thoroughly enjoyable. The staff and volunteer staff were friendly and helpful throughout. The ethos of helping benefit Australia's...More