Meet Rainforestations newest resident, Katie the Koala! This sweet girl is winning hearts already with her adorable fluffy demeanour, but she has a little party trick too: she wiggles her ears! Watch Katie giving her best Dumbo impersonation in the video below: About Katie The Koala Katie is seven years old and arrived at Rainforestation […]
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Just when you thought Rainforestation’s brood of Aussie animals couldn’t get any cuter, we welcome baby Sugar Gliders! Get your heart eyes at the ready as we introduce you to Rainforestation’s newest, and possibly cutest ever, residents: three Sugar Glilder Joeys!
With Koala breeding season upon us, we may be hearing the pitter-patter of tiny Koala claws very soon! For locals, the arrival of Spring in Cairns means greener grass, fuller waterfalls and rising heat. For wildlife keepers, Spring signals something far more prominent: Koala breeding season. Local marsupial-lovers may be in for a treat, as […]
We are proud to introduce you Rainforestation’s newest resident; Jimmy the Lumholtz’s Tree Kangaroo! This gorgeous three year old male arrived from Treeroo Rescue and Conservation Centre in Malanda, which is a non-for-profit organisation that rescues and rehabilitates Lumholtz’s Tree Kangaroos. As you can see by the adorable video below, Jimmy in settling into his […]
The Targa Great Barrier Reef is coming to Kuranda! Race to Rainforestation this Father’s Day for Targa, tropical wildlife and tasty breakfast treats! Start Dad’s Day off with a buffet breakfast at Rainforestation’s and enjoy Aussie classics including gourmet pork sausages, eggs and seasonal fruit platters. Enjoy the first ever Targa event in Queensland from our […]
For those who don’t dwell Down Under, the phrase “Tasmanian Devil” immediately brings about childhood images of Looney Toons. Although Taz the cartoon character may share some traits with the real life carnivorous marsupial, he neither looks nor acts particularly like a real Tasmanian Devil. As the world’s largest surviving carnivorous marsupial, Tasmanian Devils are […]