Kroombit Tinkerfrog ConservationThe Kroombit Tinkerfrog (Taudactylus pleione) is listed as critically endangered, with potentially less than 150 individual frogs of this species in existence today.
Eastern Bristlebird ConservationThe Eastern Bristlebird is listed as endangered. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is currently involved in a captive breeding program to protect this species from extinction.
Coxen's Fig Parrot ConservationThe Coxen’s Fig-parrot is one of Australia’s most endangered parrots. The Coxen’s Fig-parrot is endangered due to fragmentation of its habitat and the loss of forests where figs grow.
Regent Honeyeater ConservationThe Regent Honeyeater is listed as critically endangered. This species has suffered huge population declines due to the loss, fragmentation and degradation of their woodland habitat.
Greater Bilby ConservationBilbies are a threatened species and Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is part of a National Bilby breeding program in collaboration with Save the Bilby Foundation. The reason for decline of this beautiful species is due to habitat destruction and feral species such as foxes and cats.
Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby ConservationCurrumbin Wildlife Sanctuary has participated in the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby conservation program since 2010 and we have a purpose-built facility for breeding the Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby.
Orange-bellied Parrot ConservationThe Orange-bellied Parrot is one of Australia’s most threatened birds. They are at real risk of extinction in the wild due to habitat loss, feral predators, noxious weeds and disease.
Tasmanian Devil ConservationThe Tasmanian Devil has undergone a massive decline in numbers due to the Devil Facial Tumor Disease (DFTD), with over 90% of the Tasmanian Devil population lost to this terrible disease.