This half-day social activity has been organised at a very special rate for conference delegates to enjoy an Australiana experience at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Due to limited space, this activity is only open to registered conference delegates. 


If you haven't yet registered to attend the conference, tickets are available for purchase via the online registration forms available by clicking here.

If you have already registered to attend the conference and would like to purchase a ticket to attend the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary visit, please contact the Conference Organisers (Iceberg Events).


Date: Friday 16 August 2019
Time: 12.30pm – 5.00pm
Meeting time: 12.15pm (bus departs promptly at 12.30pm)
Meeting point: Foyer of Surfers Paradise Marriott
Location: Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Cost: $AUD100 for conference delegates, $AUD20 for personal interpreters/aides when attending this activity with the delegate they are supporting
Includes: Entry to the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and guided tour, return coach transport and afternoon tea
Transport: Due to the location, all attendees must travel to the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary by the bus provided. Attendees will return to Surfers Paradise Marriott by bus and arrive back by 5.00pm.
Dress: Casual - comfortable footwear and casual clothes is recommended. 

Currumbin Sanctuary is a heritage-listed zoological garden set across 27 hectares of Australian eucalyptus-rich bushland and rainforest. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has been conserving native wildlife and nurturing the local indigenous heritage for over 70 years. This regional treasure has also been educating and entertaining families and tourists from all across the globe. 

Established in 1947 by beekeeper and flower-grower, Alex Griffiths, the very origins of the park are rooted in conservation efforts. Instead of hunting or displacing the lorikeets residing in the region, Griffiths sought to redirect their attention from ravaging his prized blooms by providing regular feedings each day. These feedings quickly gained popularity amongst locals and tourists alike, and thus, the Currumbin Bird Sanctuary was born.

In 1995 the park’s name was changed to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to better reflect the diverse range of the various animals and conservation efforts within. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is a not-for-profit organisation. Proceeds from events at the Sanctuary are reinvested back into our wildlife and conservation programs

For only $AUD100 per person you will enjoy a half-day of activities including a walk through a crocodile enclosure and kangaroo paddock, plus much more – all led by a professional guide. The price includes transport to and from the venue and afternoon tea.

This package normally costs in excess of $AUD100 per person so make sure to take up this great offer!

*Please note, book quickly as places on the tour are limited.
Disclaimer: A minimum number of participants is required for the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary visit to proceed and the activity may be cancelled if minimum numbers are not achieved. If this occurs a refund will be issued. Bus times are subject to change.