What is there to do in Gumbuya World’s Wildlife Trail?
Fifty-two animal species call Gumbuya World’s wildlife trail home, including Australian icons like wombats, wallabies, koalas, kangaroos and dingoes; endangered animals like tiger quolls; native and exotic birds like galahs, owls and macaws; and cool insects and reptiles like bearded dragons, snakes and crocodiles in the dark, climate-controlled Critter Cave. Kids will also love the cute and cuddly animals at the Animal Farm, where you can pat and feed baby goats, lambs, ducks, chickens and more.
Make sure to check the Feeding Times Board at the top of the Wildlife Trail so you don’t miss out on exciting Ranger interactions with the animals. The Rangers will also share fun facts about the animals and answer all your wildlife questions.
For an extra fee, you can also book close-up encounters with the dingoes, koalas, macaws, pythons, mountain pygmy possums and more. Otherwise, the Walkthrough Enclosures allow all Wildlife Trail guests to stroll amongst some of the animals for an authentic wildlife experience.
How much do Gumbuya World tickets cost?
General admission to Gumbuya World currently costs $39 for adults, $34 for children (toddlers under 90cm come for free) and $25 for seniors (60+). When the water park re-opens in November, ticket prices will increase to reflect the additional rides.
Wildlife Only day tickets cost $25 for adults, $19 for children (toddlers under 90cm come free) and $16 for seniors.
RACV Members save on Gumbuya World tickets.