Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Koala looking cosy up a treeCURRUMBIN, QUEENSLAND – I am finally able to share the images from our Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary experience ! :) if you wanna go absolutely crazy at some of the cutest and funniest creatures on Earth (and a few scary ones so that you can forever be able to casually mention OH yep, that time I was standing “close” to a crocodile in Australia… :P ), then this is the place for you to visit for sure :) I have also been to Taronga in Sydney before and I loved that a lot too, even though I would probably say Currumbin would be my favorite because the area is wider and more jungle’y, far from the city. The animals seems to be enjoying a very good enviromnent of freedom, tropical goodness and some serious relax, while being looked after by loving park rangers :)

NOTE: this is going to be a long post :D

you can also see my previous Aussie animals photos here

koala eating eucalyptus leaves

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It’s a koala life: the real role model

Koala bear up an eucalyptus tree looking as if blinking

QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA – So, honestly koalas know everything about the true meaning of life. Their combination of sleep-eat-hug tree-repeat is quite THE lifestyle, which makes of them the most relaxed and arguably the smartest creatures on Earth. Of course, they never forget to stay beautiful :) Fluffy is the new black.

All photos shot with Canon 6D + Sigma Art 24-105 + 70-300 Tamron VC (stabilised)

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Aussie buddies :) the birdies in Sydney

Lorikket bird up a tree in Sydney, Australia

Colorful parrots, lorikeets, rosellas, kookaburras… they are EVERYWHERE in Sydney and they just look so wonderful :)
These pics feature some australian king parrots and kookaburras. A rainbow lorikeet also came stealing some of our chips that same day but I couldn’t manage to take a picture of him unfortunately cause… well cause of the chips :) next time :)

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