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Give the gift of your time this Christmas and join the generous community of people 'wrapping up a storm' to raise funds for Currumbin Wildlife Hospital.
You will be part of a team having fun and giving back to raise funds and save our native wildlife.
Annually, Pacific Fair Shopping Centre generously provides opportunity for Currumbin Wildlife Hospital to offer a gift-wrapping service to all shoppers. 100% of the proceeds go towards the hospital’s mission to treat, rehabilitate, and release around 15,000 sick, injured, and orphaned native wildlife each year.
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Whether you're looking for presents for friends and family, or you're buying for a corporate, we have hampers perfect for Christmas gifting that everyone will love.
All of the hampers include a thoughtfully crafted collection of eco-friendly and sustainable products that celebrate the beauty of nature and - best of all - support wildlife conservation.
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From only $10
Plant a tree this Christmas to feed endangered Koalas. It takes 1,000 gum trees to feed just one Koala for one year, so every tree counts.
Donate via our Tree to Me Program where 100% of your donation goes towards our eucalyptus plantations. Every $10 you donate plants a tree - and every donation is tax deductable.
Buy a Tree
Donating an item of equipment is a great way to make an immediate difference to wildlife. Our wishlists highlight some of the vital equipment currently needed for both our Currumbin Wildlife Hospital and our Conservation programs.
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Wish List
Conservation Wish Lists
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital is one of the busiest wildlife hospitals in the world. Its mission is to treat, rehabilitate and release Australian wildlife.
In the last 20 years, over 140,000 wildlife patients would have struggled to survive without the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital and its incredible network of wildlife carers.
To help save our precious wildlife and restore our environment, it is a service offered free to the community, but we cannot do it alone. Each life is precious, and we need your help to treat, rehabilitate and release our patients.
Save a life this Christmas