Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
While Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on the southern Gold Coast is renowned for its adorable wallabies, koalas, and vibrant rainbow lorikeets, there is so much more to discover and experience at this cherished tourist attraction.
One of the sanctuary's best-kept secrets, the captivating Aboriginal Culture Show, gained global recognition when Luther Cora, its remarkable leader, showcased his 20 years of dedication during the unforgettable performance at the opening ceremony of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Immerse yourself in the rich heritage of the Gold Coast's first people, the Yugambeh, as you join Luther Cora and the local community for the daily Aboriginal Culture Show at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Through mesmerizing dance, stories, and the beautiful sounds of the local language, this show celebrates and honors the Indigenous culture.
Exploring all the incredible shows at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary already demands a full day, but be sure to feed the charming lorikeets early so you can free up your afternoon to enjoy this enchanting celebration of Indigenous culture, held every day at 3:15 PM.