Join us at Currumbin WIldlife Sanctuary for an evening full of Indigenous Australian action and brimming with native wildlife with the new Yanguwah experience! Guests can expect an all-new experience that includes multiple highlights such as a traditional welcoming ceremony, a Kup Murri feast, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander song and dance performances and an introduction to native Aussie animals with detailed and entertaining information about their connection to the Aboriginal people.
While you're there, you'll have the opportunity to feed a friendly mob of kangaroos, cuddle a koala, hold a snake or crocodile, and perhaps even witness a Tasmanian Devil ripping into their own equivalent of "bush tucker"! Dinner is served in true "Kup Murri" style - a traditional method of cooking in the earth that delivers a delicious selection of meat and vegetable options supported by traditional mouth-watering dishes and fresh fruit. Come and experience Yanguwah at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary for not just a meal, but an experience, that you'll never forget!
To provide you with more information on this evening adventure, Experience Oz has written a detailed review of Yanguwah. If you want to know exactly what to expect from the evening tour, click here to read our review!