The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Mascot Borobi has donated $100,000 to the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital to help save the lives of hundreds of koalas. ..
Looking for something fun to do during the Games? Celebrate at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary from the 4-15 April as the Village deck is transformed into a beer garden. ..
Gold Coast Airport is gearing up to provide a unique entertainment experience to thousands of Commonwealth Games athletes, officials and spectators as they arrive and depart the city for the biggest sporting event in its history. ..
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. ..
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital will once again open its doors to the public at their annual Open Day from 10:00am – 2:00pm on Sunday 27 August. ..
Are you organising or contributing to a Christmas Toy Drive this year and are unsure of what to donate? With Christmas fast approaching, Assistance Dogs Australia is seeking the assistance of the local community for their annual Christmas Appeal, a campaign that sees them selling toy puppies to raise much-needed funds. ..
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has just launched their latest attraction, Kids on Conservation Trail. ..
It’s always a pleasure to host our Cooly Rocks On international headliners on the Southern Gold Coast. This year, Canadian Hal Bruce – regarded as the best Beatles solo artist in the world – was able to enjoy plenty of our spectacular winter weather and visit a few of our local attractions with his wife, Lynne. ..
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary’s new Koala Experience has been named the Gold Coast’s top animal encounter experience, according to a Gold Coast Bulletin poll. ..
The Currumbin Wildlife Hospital’s annual Foundation Gala Ball, ‘Sanctuary Under the Stars’ will be held on Saturday the 7th of May from 5:30pm. ..
Meet Borobi - the official mascot of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. The unveiling of the mascot marks two years to go to the upcoming games in 2018, which will not only be Australia’s largest sporting event this decade but the largest event the Gold Coast has ever hosted. ..
Work integrated learning (WIL) is now a common component of university curriculum design for many disciplines. Encompassing a range of approaches and strategies that integrate theory with the practice of work, WIL is described as ‘experiential learning’ and provides students with the opportunity to be ‘work-ready’, with real-world industry experience upon graduation. ..
It’s now one of the most iconic attractions on the Gold Coast and a major drawcard for international tourists to our region, but the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has come a long way from its original intent in the back yard of founder Alex Griffiths. ..
To celebrate the arrival of "Piglet", Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary’s newest baby puggle to infamous Echidna mum "Piggie", Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation have announced a partnership with local Gold Coast t-shirt label My Arkadia, who have created the Piggie & Puggle Charitee! ..
Heading away for the holidays? There are several businesses located in Currumbin that can take care of your furry friends while you are out of town. Gold Coast Pet Resorts and Pets Wonderland are located in the Currumbin Industrial Park, and also have Doggy Day Care facilities for busy working families. ..
If you are looking for a unique and meaningful Christmas gift for family and friends this year, Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation is again offering their Walkways for Wildlife engraved pavers. By dedicating an engraved paver to a loved one, you will be helping to save the life of one native animal treated at the Wildlife Hospital this holiday season. ..
The Currumbin Wildlife Hospital is currently facing its busiest season of the year over the Spring months. Staff at the Wildlife Hospital are expecting approximately 4000 wild animal patients admitted over the three months of Spring alone, approximately half of the total number admitted to the Hospital in an entire year. ..
The now-famous Currumbin Wildlife Hospital resident, Piggie the Echidna, has recovered from her ordeal earlier in the month, and is now helping to raise awareness for the plight of other echidnas during their active breeding season. ..
Over 400 guests attended the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation’s Annual Gala Dinner in May this year to raise funds and awareness in support of Currumbin Wildlife Hospital. The Animals with Attitude and Gala Dinner events successfully raised over $80,000 profit for the Foundation, but there is still a way to go to reach their target of $1 million a year to continue their fantastic work. ..