From bushfires to floods, Currumbin Wildlife needs our help today!
During the recent floods and devastation, Currumbin Wildlife Hospital have been rescuing vulnerable wildlife from dangerous environments, using their own personal cars to transport the animals as they simply don’t have enough rescue vehicles.
World Wildlife Day is 3rd March 2022 and it’s an opportunity to think about your favourite wildlife animals and how important it is to protect them.
Can you imagine a world without their wonder and the joy they bring?
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital – one of the busiest wildlife hospitals in the world – are at the forefront of saving and protecting some of Australia’s most endangered species including our beloved Koala.
Their mission is to treat, rehabilitate and release Australian wildlife and over the last 20 years, more than 200,000 wildlife patients have been cared for by the dedicated Currumbin team… precious creatures which would have otherwise struggled to survive without the hospitals dedicated carers.
Treating up to 14,000 animals a year, the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital is a free service offered to the community, however they rely on the generosity of the community to fund their crucial work.
Please don’t let our furry friends be left behind. To help save our precious wildlife and restore our environment, please give kindly and donate today.