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Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Opens Their Doors to the Public

Currumbin Wildlife Hospital are once again hosting an Open Day on Saturday 23 February, where the Gold Coast community will get a rare behind the scenes look at the hospital and see how the staff and volunteers work to save wildlife daily.

The team at Currumbin Wildlife Hospital work extremely hard to treat, rehabilitate and release sick, injured or orphaned native animals back to the wild.
The Hospital has grown to be one of the busiest wildlife hospitals in the world, admitting over 11000 animals a year.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Senior Veterinarian, Dr Michael Pine said he is once again thrilled to provide the Gold Coast with the opportunity to visit the hospital.
“It is critical to educate the community on the wonderful work that is done at Currumbin Wildlife Hospital and the hospital open day is the opportunity for our local supporters to get a behind-the-scenes look at the hospital and meet our committed veterinary team and volunteers,” said Dr Pyne.
“All proceeds from the Open Day go directly towards the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, so that we can continue with our very important community service saving the lives of the many sick and injured native wildlife that get admitted every day.”
On this afternoon, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary also invites the public to explore the park, ride the train, enjoy the shows and visit their furry, scaly and feathery friends in the hospital.
There will also be wildlife veterinary demonstrations, face painting, food stalls, goody bags and more.
DATE:      Saturday 23 February
TIME:       2pm-5pm
COST:      $20 adults
                $10 children (Children under 4 years are free)
*Entry is via Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary main entry gates, Tomewin Street, Currumbin. *100% of the proceeds from the day go wo support the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital.
For more information and to book tickets, visit https://currumbinsanctuary.com.au/hospital-open-day/.