Nestled in a secluded haven in the heart of Burleigh Heads is David Fleay Wildlife Park.
The park plays an important role in demonstrating Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service's conservation initiatives, particularly relating to threatened species. With dozens of threatened species in the Park for research, breeding and education, the park presents the best opportunity to see a large number of threatened native animals in one location. Discover a diversity of threatened wildlife as you amble through the cool green rainforest, containing cassowaries and Lumholtz's tree kangaroos.
Presentations tailored specifically for children. There are also koala photos.
Access with assistance for guests with a disability.
There is a an air conditioned cafe at the Park. It serves snacks to lunches and basic Australian cafeteria style food and refreshments at good prices.
How To Get There
From Brisbane: Travel southbound on the Pacific Highway, exit at Tallebudgera Valley/Burleigh Heads exit (Exit 89). Turn left at the traffic lights onto West Burleigh Road, David Fleay Wildlife Park entrance is approximately 50 metres on the right.
From south: Travel northbound on the Pacific Highway, exit at Tallebudgera Valley/Burleigh Heads exit (Exit 89). Turn left at the traffic lights onto West Burleigh Road, David Fleay Wildlife Park entrance is approximately 50 metres on the right.
|Adult||$17.10||01 Jun - 30 Jun|
|Adult||$8.70||10 Jun - 30 Jun||Koala Contact Zone.|
|$7.95||01 Jun - 30 Jun|
|Concession||$11.40||01 Jun - 30 Jun|
|Family||$43.45||01 Jun - 30 Jun||Two adults and up to four children.|
|Family||$11.65||10 Jun - 30 Jun||Koala Contact Zone. (Two adults and up to four children).|
|Student||$7.35||01 Jun - 30 Jun||Group bookings only.|
* Please note: These rates are indicative based on the minimum and maximum available costs of listed products and services. To obtain a firm price from the provider, please use the contact the operator. All prices are quoted in Australian dollars.