Endangered Goodfellow Tree Kangaroo, these beautiful animals are native to Papua New Guinea in the central highlands which is one of the most heavily populated areas of humans in PNG which unfortunately makes them one of the main targets for hunting.
Endangered Goodfellow Tree Kangaroo these beautiful animals are native to Papua New
Check out this ADORABLE Squirrel Glider, These guys are often mistaken for Sugar Gliders, but they are larger and have much bushier tails then Sugar Gliders! @australia @queensland @destinationgoldcoast #wildlife #wearegoldcoast #animal #conservation #goldcoast #aussie #australia
CUTENESS OVERLOAD for your Friday! One of our newest joeys at Koala Photos area! Such a sweet little face! Who said you can't fall in love at first sight, the team at Koala Photos certainly did!
CUTENESS OVERLOAD for your Friday One of our newest joeys at Koala
Madelynne Lavett
Lyn Ralston
Nonie Davies
Check out this footage of our dedicated veterinary team examining and treating our Patient of the Week Gilbert! Gilbert is an extremely handsome male koala, he was admitted to Currumbin Wildlife Hospital following a vehicle hit and is suffering from internal bleeding. Thanks to being rescued and treated Gilbert is lucky to be alive and is slowly recovering from his injuries. Gilbert is...
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Jenny Gee
Graham Gibbons
Teddy Mage
TROPPOS' RETURN! We are so very pleased to have Troppo the Cassowary back home! Troppo came to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary as a young bird in 1992, he went and stayed with the guys down at Symbio Wildlife Park in August 2015! All our keepers have been waiting for him to come home, he is now relaxing with his old flame Cass! The pair have previously been a breeding pair but now with age on...
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Leesa Apps
Lyn Ralston
This is our Sacred Kingfisher. Did you know... These amazing birds nest and raise their chicks in the protective armour of a termite mound.
This is our Sacred Kingfisher Did you know These amazing birds nest
Scott Giuffrida
Connie Bellam
The Currumbin Wildlife Hospital were inundated with turtles following the recent floods.

Dr Michael Pyne told myGC over 40 freshwater turtles were brought in to the hospital. β€œA number of them had been flushed out of the creeks, out into the saltwater and up on to the beach. Those were lucky ones – they spent a week here before being released. However, we also had another 20 turtles, like...
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The Currumbin Wildlife Hospital were inundated with turtles following the recent floods

CWS - Debbie the Saw-shell Turtle - 2017

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Twacka Hamilton
Hope everyone that has been to the sanctuary is familiar with this stunning man, his name is Larry and he hangs out with all the kangaroos.
Hope everyone that has been to the sanctuary is familiar with this
Elena Urrutia
Val Preston
Maria Celeste
Happy World Turtle Day - This is our resident turtle Loner, as you can see he loves his food! Loner is a Mary River Turtle and is 37 years old! This day is to spotlight turtles around the world and how important it is that we look after such amazing animals! Sadly our wildlife hospital took in 122 turtles last year! #currumbinwildlifehospital #worldturtleday2017 #animals #protect
Mandy Allan
Deborah Foulkes
Bev Howe
This week’s patient is Autumn the Bush stone-curlew. When Autumn was admitted to Currumbin Wildlife Hospital he was barely alive due to his horrific injuries. Autumn had a fishing hook through his beak the fishing line attached was wrapped around his beak and his body. It is estimated that Autumn was unable to eat or drink for around one month due to the line around his beak, he was therefore...
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Leesa Apps
Maree Miller
Morgan Warren-bailey
Baz is our Red-necked Wallaby that lives just inside the gates to the sanctuary. His mum was unwell and needed a little extra TLC!
Baz is our Rednecked Wallaby that lives just inside the gates to
Sueann Robertson
Gl Muzza
Check out Jack the White-backed Magpie doing his thing in the free flight bird show. When hes not defending his territory you can find him cleaning up rubbish during our show! His wild buddies can be found down south in Victoria!
Check out Jack the Whitebacked Magpie doing his thing in the free
Mark Culleton
Mandy Allan
Leesa Apps
Making sure the coast is clear before letting his girlfriend out of the water ! What a gentleman! #reptile #watermonitor #currumbinsanctuary
Leesa Apps
Scott Giuffrida
Looks like this little one is having a sleep in! #currumbinsanctuary #australia #queensland #visitgoldcoast #goldcoast #wildlife #animal
Looks like this little one is having a sleep in currumbinsanctuary australia
Marguerite Bainbridge
Peter ET E
Lea Rothaupt
How could you not love this face! One of our resident Wombats out for a wander! See if you can find them throughout your day at the park!
How could you not love this face One of our resident Wombats
Cindie Buckley
** IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT** The Sanctuary Markets will be CLOSED tomorrow 19th May due to heavy rain forecast! The markets will be back as normal next Friday night!
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT The Sanctuary Markets will be CLOSED tomorrow 19th May
This is Gandalf our Sulfur-crested Cockatoo, he such a beautiful bird with a massive personality! He clearly loves posing for the camera !
This is Gandalf our Sulfurcrested Cockatoo he such a beautiful bird with
Leesa Apps
Carol Krauze
Vicki Silcock
Wildlife Wednesday: Winter the Bearded Dragon
After being run over by a car, Winter the bearded Dragon is lucky to be alive.

β€œShe has some skull fractures, so we are assuming the wheel went right over the top of her,” Dr Michael Pyne told myGC.

β€œShe is very lucky. She is doing well but she is going to be with us for a long time”
Wildlife Wednesday: Winter the Bearded Dragon

CWS - Winter the Bearded Dragon 2017

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Taryn Parsons
Happy Hump Day Everyone! This little Tammar Wallaby looks mighty excited about it being Wednesday ! #australia #queensland #animal
Happy Hump Day Everyone This little Tammar Wallaby looks mighty excited about
Our 8 week Aussie Wildlife Course has been condensed down into one jam packed weekend. On the 3rd & 4th June 2017 from 8am-5pm we are offering our introductory course developed to train enthusiastic members of our community to provide emergency care for sick, injured or orphaned native wildlife.

Morning tea and Lunch is provided.

It also provides an opportunity to gain more experience and...
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Our 8 week Aussie Wildlife Course has been condensed down into one
Nikki Stoneman
Deanna Juttner
Sue Roberton