Be captivated by Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary’s soaring new show Wild Skies
A mesmerising new stage show called Wild Skies will take flight on the Gold Coast in January – and the stars of the show will surely make your heart flutter. The cast is made up of 45 pelicans, owls, parrots, macaws, majestic wedge-tailed eagles and more, forming a talented ensemble that will take audiences on a journey through the past, present and future of flight.
The free-flight bird show Wild Skies officially kicks off at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on Tuesday January 1. The 20-minute show, which will be performed in a brand-new purpose-built stadium, has been created to introduce audiences to the majestic world of flight through innovative and engaging routines featuring native and exotic bird species.
Prepare to be captivated as the 45-strong cast – made up of 18 different species of birds – take flight in the stadium to the tune of beautifully emotive music. The mighty wedge-tailed eagles, which boast a whopping 2.5-m wingspan, will certainly wow the crowds – though the colourful parrots, the intriguing macaws and the fun-loving pelicans could well steal the show. Imagine what it’s like being backstage with this lot?
Wild Skies at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary officially begins on January 1. Head here for more information.