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Where to stay near Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Exploring Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

The world famous Tasmanian devil is just one of the exotic Australian wildlife species on display at this Gold Coast theme park, first established as a bird sanctuary in 1947. Today, visitors can feed the lorikeets, tour the Southern Hemisphere's biggest walk-through aviary, experience close encounters with dingoes, or ride a miniature railway.

Accommodations near Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Being a city spread along a 70 kilometre coastline, finding somewhere attractive to stay in the Gold Coast is hardly a challenge. Picking your perfect location simply depends on your requirements. You can find everything from bustling family hotels to luxury boutiques. Recommended accommodation in the Gold Coast include the Sanctuary Lake Apartments, Sanctuary Beach Resort and Sand Castles on Currumbin Beach.

Sightseeing near Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

This beautiful sanctuary is located close to Currumbin Beach. This beach has previously been voted as Australia's cleanest beach, so you will sure enjoy the amazing beauty and cleanliness of this place. For the surfing aficionados, you will also find the Surf World Gold Coast. It is Queensland's only surfing museum. The exhibition includes an extensive collection of surf boards highlighting the evolution of design and technology from the early 1930s to today. There's also amazing photography depicting early surf scenes, art works including surf movie posters and album covers, cinematography and other memorabilia.

Transportation near Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

The electric CityTrain service linking Brisbane to the Gold Coast makes four stops in this region and is popular with commuters traveling to Queensland's state capital. Surfside Buslines, the Gold Coast's main bus network, operates 24 hours and stops at nearly all significant theme parks and communities. Taxi waiting times can be over an hour on busy nights. Cyclists and hikers alike can make more leisurely journeys along the 30 plus-kilometre long Gold Coast Oceanway pathway.