Visit a unique wildlife park. David Fleay Wildlife Park is a conservation park that allows visitors to see native animals, particularly threatened native species, amidst a cool rainforest. See animals you might not see in other natural parks.
The park features four distinct habitats—wetland, rainforest, mangrove and open eucalypt forest. The animals are displayed in settings as close as possible to their natural homes.
Be delighted by fascinating creatures like the endangered southern cassowary, freshwater and saltwater crocodiles, the near threatened Lumholt’z tree-kangaroo, the wedge-tailed eagle, a variety of snakes and many more.
The Nocturnal House is a special section for animals that are active at night. See animals you might not see in action during daytime. Find fascinating creatures like the platypus, yellow-bellied gliders, the greater bilby, the mahogany glider and the Julia Creek Dunhart.
Guided walks led by knowledgeable rangers and volunteers provide enlightening facts about the plants and animals. Enjoy an up close and personal look at Australia’s native animals, and learn about how you can help protect these threatened animals.
Explore David Fleay Wildlife Park just a few minutes from our Currumbin Family Accommodation.
To learn more, visit www.fleayswildlife.com.au