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Tangalooma Island Resort

Tangalooma Island Resort has a wide array of excursions on offer, and quite a few of them are for free. This is one of only a few places in the world where it’s possible to hand-feed dolphins in the wild. They come swimming up along side the jetty at dusk for their nightly feed.
Underwater World and Dolphin Lagoon

Underwater World and Dolphin Lagoon

Underwater World and Dolphin Lagoon is Queensland’s largest oceanarium/aquarium with 25.000 sea animals and a multi award winning tourist attraction. Take the opportunity to walk with thousands of marine animals without getting your feet wet.
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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

This sanctuary gives you the opportunity to touch and hold koalas in the world’s largest koala enclosure. The site is easily accessible by bus from the CBD, or via Miramar Cruises who do daily trips from South Bank’s Cultural Centre pontoon at 10am.
Australia Zoo

Australia Zoo

Australia Zoo is the place to see a crocodile up-close without getting eaten. Other attractions include tigers, elephants, wombats, echidnas, dingoes and kangaroos.
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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Less publicized, but no less astounding, the sanctuary is home to the world’s largest collection of Australian native animals. -"The Green Challenge high ropes adventure course, is the newest nature-based adventure experience for the Gold Coast. With Sixty-five challenges including giant flying foxes and a tarzan swing, the Green Challenge takes visitors higher and further into the spectacular natural setting".
Lamington National Park

Lamington National Park

Lamington National Park is World Heritage-listed. The park’s walks take in pristine waterfalls and over 120 bird species live in the rainforest.
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The Gabba

The Gabba is the spiritual home of Queensland sport, it’s a legend in itself and a must-see for any cricket or Australian Football League fan. -"The Gabba is one of eight major sporting and entertainment facilities owned and operated by Stadiums Queensland".
Roma Street Parkland

Roma Street Parkland

The world’s largest urban subtropical garden is the perfect place to see some of Australia’s native flora and fauna in the heart of the city. All year round you can enjoy spectacular colours in this perfect picnic spot.
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