Enjoy the best animal experience here on the Gold Coast! At Sea World and Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary interact and see your favourite animals in a unique environment that will entertain the whole family for the day. Make sure to check out these two animal parks!

Sea World is one of the most popular locations on the Gold Coast, this marine animal park in Southport Broadwater is the ideal way to see your favourite marine animals without getting wet! Open everyday from 9.30am to 5.00pm, bring the whole family along and enjoy an unforgettable day with polar bears, penguins, dolphins, seals, and also mighty sharks in a safe and fun environment. There’s even a few rides and entertaining shows to make sure to catch, as well as plenty of food outlets and memorabilia stores to complete the day out.

At Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary discover the best in Australian wildlife this Autumn. This excitement park offers great interactive fun with many friendly animals from all over the country. Play with koalas, feed kangaroos, shear sheep, and see all your indigenous  favourites such as dingos and Tasmanian devils! There’s even an exciting high ropes course featuring 80 thrilling challenges to try. This large park offers many shady areas to enjoy a picnic, and is guaranteed to be a great day of family-bonding here on the Gold Coast!

Animal-lovers can find these two fantastic parks within just a short journey from our Gold Coast holiday apartments here in Surfers Paradise! Relax in luxury family-sized holiday accommodation that offers beautiful views over the beach and ocean as well as all the best tourist attractions, theme parks, and nature parks at your fingertips! Our spacious accommodation has all the amenities and homely touches to make your stay that more relaxing, and gives you exclusive access to our heated pool, spa, and roof top terraces. Enjoy the most memorable Gold Coast holiday experience you can have here at Surf Regency in Surfers Paradise.

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