Consider yourself lucky if you’re going to the Gold Coast soon. As the region dubbed as the Coast with the Most, you’ll never run out of things to do in this place. From educational, relaxing, and visually appealing, to the extreme, adventuresome, and mind whacking, this exciting place sure has them all.
And being true to its tagline, did you know that the Gold Coast has a tourist attraction inside a tourist attraction? If you want to know how this is so, just go to Tomewin Street in Currumbin Waters and see for yourself in Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
The Sanctuary is one of the favourites of tourists on the Gold Coast because of how it effectively exhibits the Australian wildlife. Catch yourself in a rare chance to hug a koala, feed a kangaroo, observe an Australianan sheep shearing, and more about the wildlife.
But amidst the serenity and the wildlife discovery the sanctuary can bring to its every visitor, there’s a place where you can hear a lot of shouting in excitement and fear.
Nestled within the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is the TreeTop Challenge Currumbin where you’ll be guaranteed to get your adrenalin rushing if you’re the thrill seeking type. Anticipate nothing but excitement as you go through 80 huge TreeTop Challenges with the likes of the 12 mind whacking zip lines and the shocking but exciting Croc Shock where you’ll zip line above real crocodiles. Get your heart beating its fastest as you scream to the one of a kind experiences the attraction can give you.
The TreeTop Challenge also presents five amazing tree top courses. Take this and you’ll journey through the high tree top and will pass through the lush bushland while looking out for Tasmanian Devils and Dingos that will howl as you go on your adventure. If your curiosity is stirred on how challenging this attraction is, book your ticket by visiting its website now.
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Book your stay at our Elanora family resort by visiting http://bayofpalms.etourism.net.au/.
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