Celebrate Christmas at Currumbin

CURRUMBIN Wildlife Sanctuary has prepared special Christmas event packages to create a truly wild end of year corporate function.
Set in unique coastal rainforest surrounds guests can partake in a festive feast of delights prepared by the sanctuary’s master chef.

Available packages include a canapes and cocktail party, set menu and buffet menu packages and a drinks package which includes locally made beers and wines.

The events packages are part of the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary’s ‘get closer’ campaign which provides a rare opportunity to get closer to Australia’s amazing native wildlife.

Entertainment options include wandering wildlife, private Aboriginal performance and ‘wildnight’ adventure tours.

More info at: www.cws.org.au

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