Red panadas, ring-tail lemurs and boa constrictors will all be part of a new attraction at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, opening these school holidays.
The Lost Valley exotic precinct is set on five hectares of rainforest around the park's old aviary and has been 18 months in the making.
All up there will be more than 40 species of animals in the precinct and you'll even be able to walk with the lemurs, who'll roam free in the aviary.
Most of the new animals, including plenty of exotic birds and reptiles, were released from quarantine and introduced to their new home and handlers on Thursday, with a few others set to be introduced over the coming weeks.
The attraction will open on Boxing Day, December 26.