- Michael Kelly

National Trust's Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is an internationally renowned tourist attraction receiving over 600,000 visitors a year, and plays a significant role in wildlife conservation and education.

In 1976 the Sanctuary was gifted to the National Trust of Queensland, and was heritage listed in 2009. The Trust continues to operate the Sanctuary on a not-for-profit basis, with all revenue reinvested back into the park, in conservation-based research and public education.

The Sanctuary is also home to Currumbin Wildlife Hospital. Treating over 11,500 sick and injured native animals every year as a free service to the community, Currumbin Wildlife Hospital has grown to be one of the busiest wildlife hospitals in the world.

By raising funds and awareness Currumbin Wildlife Hospital aims to continue its mission of protecting and preserving our native wildlife for future generations to enjoy.

The Sanctuary also offers unique wildlife experiences for corporate events and corporate team building, and we are currently inviting Corporate Partnership opportunities.

The holiday season is officially underway at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, with the arrival of Christmas decorations and other festive offerings at the park.

This masterclass brought to you by CCIQ, Thinq Learning and the Queensland Government will be your insider’s guide to securing your share of government contracts, in simple, clear and direct steps.

The team at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary have again this year welcomed thousands of guests as part of their annual 'Festevil at the Fangtuary' events.

Currumbin Wildlife Hospital will now be vaccinating all koala patients against chlamydia prior to their release back into the wild, signifying a major milestone for the protection of the species.

Chamber Secretary and Gold Member, Mike Remmer, has joined a chorus of local businesses throwing support behind a cause to prevent domestic violence.

Read the latest news from Division 14 Councillor Gail O'Neill

On Thursday, 15th of October, your local Chamber hosted a 'Meet the Candidates' breakfast at Currumbin RSL. Watch the videos here of the candidates from the Burleigh and Currumbin electorates convince the business community why they are the best for the top job.

2019 was one of the toughest years yet for wildlife, and the busiest on record for the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital. To raise much needed funds to support the hospital, a raffle is being held with some amazing prizes!

The City of Gold Coast recognises the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on our community. To support our not-for-profit groups, the City is offering a Community Group Mentoring Program.

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