Cassidy the Koala is having a baby boy!Published On: 27 Apr 2022
Cassidy is the first Koala in our Koala Chlamydia Vaccine Research Program to present with a joey!
Our Junior Ambassador Leads The WayPublished On: 27 Apr 2022
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital’s Junior Ambassador, Toby Mitchell, means business!
YEAR 1 of our 5 YEAR Vaccine Research Program!Published On: 24 Mar 2022
We have just hit YEAR 1 of our 5 YEAR Koala Chlamydia Vaccine Research Program!
CELEBRATING INSPIRING WOMENPublished On: 24 Mar 2022
On International Women’s Day (March 8), we celebrated our fantastic and largely female veterinary team, support staff, volunteers and wildlife carers.
FLOODS DEVASTATE SOUTH EAST QLD AND NORTHERN NSWPublished On: 23 Mar 2022
In late February and early March 2022, areas in South East QLD and Northern NSW were impacted by torrential rain and devastating floods.
Increased Protection for KoalasPublished On: 11 Feb 2022
Today Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley announced increased protection for koalas in NSW, the ACT and Queensland listing them as endangered rather than their previous designation of vulnerable.
Take Care On The RoadPublished On: 21 Dec 2021
In recent times, Koala vehicle strike percentages have increased in the Gold Coast region which is a reminder to take note of Koala awareness signs.
Nurse StephaniePublished On: 21 Dec 2021
Meet our amazing veterinary team
Eight Admitted Barn OwlsPublished On: 25 Nov 2021
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital is a hoot right now, with eight young barn owls receiving treatment.
Koala Vaccine Research Trial Update: ElanoraPublished On: 22 Nov 2021
Seven Koalas from the heavily diseased Elanora population have been vaccinated and released with GPS tracking collars as part of the trial.