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Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation supports and funds Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, and its vital work of treating, rehabilitating and releasing sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife.
The Hospital has grown to be one of the busiest wildlife hospitals in the world, admitting over 10,500 animals a year – a service that is provided free of charge to the community.
A visit to the Sanctuary is not complete without a visit to the hospital where you can witness the amazing team operate on sick and injured animals.
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital survives on the generosity of sponsors and donors to fund the incredible work done by the vets, nurses, students and volunteers.
A donation to our Foundation will go directly towards saving the lives of the many sick and injured native wildlife our hospital admits every day. Help us save your wildlife.
Now listed as vulnerable species in Queensland and New South Wales, we need your help to save our Koala population.
Nearly 500 koalas were admitted to Currumbin Wildlife Hospital in 2018 in comparison to ten years ago when just 25 were treated.
80% of the koalas treated last year were infected with koala chlamydia. The disease spread quickly and is often fatal if not treated, resulting in loss of Koala numbers.
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital is struggling to keep up with the demands of treating affected koala patients. Each sick koala costs approximately $6,000 to treat, rehabilitate and release.
Please help us to save our koala population.