The Orchard Swallowtail Butterfly (Papilio Aegeus) is especially common in Queensland so the next time you’re visiting Robina, keep an eye out for the biggest butterfly around.
Neon Cuckoo Bee
If you’ve ever seen what looks to be a blue bee, chances are it was a cuckoo bee. Buzz about on Lower Ground 1 and see if you can track down ours.
The Jumping Spider is generally small in size with large eyes and very inquisitive. Keep an eye out for our Mini Beast spider on Ground Level to see if it sees you.
Some cicadas sing to scare birds away and male cicadas also sing to attract females. Listen out for our singing cicada near the entrance of The Kitchens on Ground Level, and gently touch its wings for a rousing encore.
We respectfully acknowledge the Yugambeh people, the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the Country on which Robina Town Centre resides. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge the continuing connection to land, sea and community.