The Lost Valley exotic precinct will officially open at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on December 26, 2017, the biggest precinct to open at the Sanctuary in its 70 year history.
The exciting addition to National Trust Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary (NTCWS) allows guests to explore a forgotten world and get up close and personal with some of the world’s most unique and distinctive flora and wildlife.
Featuring 5 hectares of lush tropical rainforest, Lost Valley takes guests on a journey through the ancient supercontinent Gondwana where they will interact with exotic species including friendly Ring Tail lemurs, Cotton-top tamarins, Red panda, Capybaras, free-flying birds, exotic reptiles and much more.
The free-flying bird species will include the Eclectus Parrot, Molucan Red Lory, Black Capped Lory, Satin Bowerbird, Emerald Dove, Chiming Wedgebill Golden Pheasants, Mandarin Ducks and Macaws.
Lost Valley will create a valuable visitor experience connecting them with nature and allowing them to discover unique species in an exciting and immersive environment.
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