Wildlife Parks in Queensland (QLD)

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    • 28 Tomewin Street, Currumbin, QLD 4223

    With hundreds of native Australian animals on display in natural bushland and rainforest settings, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary provides a rare opportunity to see and experience our amazing native wildlife.A place where you can enjoy exciting, interactive displays, presentations and dining experiences. Nestled within 27 hectares of lush eucalypt and rainforest, each day brings visitors face to face with extraordinary wildlife in shows and encounters. Every day at Currumbin is a new adventure. Cuddle ... Read more a koala, get up close to a crocodile, get amongst a mob of kangaroos or check out reptiles, birds and marsupials in amazing wildlife shows and displays.Our latest attraction, The Green Challenge high ropes adventure course, is the newest nature-based adventure experience for the Gold Coast. With Sixty-five challenges including giant flying foxes and a tarzan swing, the Green Challenge takes visitors higher and further into the spectacular natural setting.

    Hervey Bay Whale Watch operate half day whale watch cruises July till end October each year. Family owned & operated by Brian & Jill Perry, the Whale Watch Pioneers (1987). Their vessel Quick Cat II is a fast stable catamaran with wheelchair & pram access around the entire main deck. Home made morning or afternoon tea is included. Whales & Fraser 1 or 2 day adventure packages available from $130 each includes morning whale watch cruise with light breakfast & morning tea on board, lunch at Kingfisher ... Read more Bay Resort & ferry transfer back to mainland or the 2 day option with full day Fraser Explorer tour & half day whale watch cruise. WHALE SWIMS now also available.

    Overall score: 5 out of 5  

    Best whale watching

    19-03-2016 by Maree

    This is the best whale watchin cruise I have ever done, will do it again

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    Lone Pine is the world’s first and largest koala sanctuary, and home to over 130 koalas and over 100 species of other native Australian wildlife. Rated as one of the top zoos in the world by Trip Advisor, the sanctuary was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2015. Lone Pine offers interactive, hands-on experiences, allowing you to get up close and personal to some of Australia's most iconic wildlife. Hold a koala, hand-feed kangaroos and wild lorikeets, and marvel at the playful antics of our ... Read more platypus. Free wi-fi available everywhere, as well as wireless phone charging stations.

    If you love bush camping but still want hot showers and toilets then Cambroon Caravan Park in the heart of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland is for you. And the littlies will love the deer and horse feeding every morning. The park, just 8kms from Kenilworth, has powered and unpowered sites for caravans, tents and campertrailers. Go bushwalking in the state forest or fishing and swimming in the Mary River opposite the park. Unplug your holiday and enjoy quality family time in the outdoors. The ... Read more convenience store sells groceries, ice, gas and firewood for on-site campfires. The park is also dog-friendly. There are also cabins with ensuites for those who don't have camping gear. Cabin prices start at $60 a night. Powered sites start at $30 a night for up to two people and unpowered sites $24 a night for up to two people. Each extra adult is $12 a night and each extra child aged 2 to 14 years is $5 a night. The park is just two hours drive from Brisbane or an hour from the Sunshine ...

    Enjoy a small-group bird-watching or wildlife tour with a zoologist or experienced naturalist with long experience of groups of all ages and fitness levels (for one day or longer). Learn what makes our part of the world so different as we visit rainforests, eucalyptus and other forests, wetlands and coasts seeking wild kangaroos, platypus, birds, reptiles, dolphins etc., also a walk-through koala enclosure, a wildlife park devoted to conservation breeding, a glow worm cave and waterfalls. We are ... Read more also developing an educational wildlife ecology centre and associated nature trails for all ages on our property in the Scenic Rim, and involved in a number of wildlife research and conservation projects, some of which guests can join in with in various ways.

    Flying High Bird Sanctuary is the largest free flight aviary in Australia. Visitors can come and walk with the birds in the free flight aviary. Covering an area of 5,000 square metres and reaching a height of seven metres, the many varieties of Australian parrots and finches fly free in a natural habitat created especially for them. Within the aviary, there are nearly 3,000 birds which can be observed at the different feeding stations along the 400 metres of walking track. The majority of the birds ... Read more are flying free, however some species which are incompatible with the birds in the free flight aviary are housed in separate aviaries.

    • PO Box 40, Highfields, QLD
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    Toowoomba Eco Tours provide tours within the Greater Toowoomba Region, that help you connect with nature, appreciate the local wildlife, highlight local historical points of interest along with showcasing some of the most picturesque scenery in South-East Queensland.

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