Currumbin Sanctuary was established in 1947 by beekeeper and flower grower Alex Griffiths, who began feeding the region’s wild lorikeets to prevent them from ravaging his prized blooms. The feeding of the colourful lorikeets soon developed from a local curiosity to a popular tourist attraction.

Now every day guests can come feed these wild lorikeets and enjoy the spectacle of dozens of rainbow-coloured birds landing on their heads and arms.

Feeding takes place everyday at 8am – 9am and 4pm – 5pm.

Phone: 1300 886 511

Opening Hours:

Address: 28 Tomewin Street, 4223, Currumbin, QLD
Location : South.
Age : Families.
Cost : Entry is free and for a plate of food is by gold coin donation.
Prebook : Just turn up.
Parent Accompany Child : Children must be supervised at all times.
In/Outdoor : Outdoor.

Lorikeet Feeding at Currumbin Sanctuary

28 Tomewin Street, 4223, Currumbin, QLD
28 Tomewin Street, 4223, Currumbin, QLD
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