Wildlife for Tomorrow!Published On: 21 Nov 2023
The Wildlife for Tomorrow Cocktail Event presented by The Star Gold Coast was a huge success last Thursday evening. Thank you to all our incredible supporters and everyone who volunteered to make the night possible.
Tough Time for Koalas!Published On: 21 Nov 2023
Spring is the busiest time of year at Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, with Australian wildlife on the move looking for breeding partners. This time of year is known as ‘Koala Trauma Season’, with more Koalas attempting to cross local roads during these warmer months.
It’s a girlPublished On: 31 Oct 2023
After a run of baby boy joeys recently, staff are thrilled to announce Elanora Koala Tam Tam has given birth to a baby girl joey – to be known as Tim Tam.
‘Wildlife for Tomorrow’ Cocktail Event – Tickets on sale now!Published On: 19 Oct 2023
Tickets are now on sale for Currumbin Wildlife Hospital’s ‘Wildlife for Tomorrow’ Cocktail Event!
Vet Nurse Day 2023Published On: 13 Oct 2023
Hope for Snickers to Soar this Spring!Published On: 20 Sep 2023
Snickers the Osprey was reported ill, and it was later discovered that this poor bird had swallowed a hook. During spring and school holidays, people spend more time outside boating and fishing, so education is important now more than ever.
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital’s annual Open Day - a huge success!Published On: 31 Aug 2023
Hundreds of visitors took the opportunity to go behind the scenes and access areas usually closed to the public on Saturday the 26th of August 2023.
Save the Koala Month is Almost Here!Published On: 22 Aug 2023
Save the Koala Month kicks off in September! Let’s unite to save our endangered Koalas.
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital 2023 Open Day – Tickets now on sale!Published On: 27 Jul 2023
The Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Open Day is a rare opportunity for the community to go behind the scenes and access to areas usually closed to the public.
Gold Coast City Council installs new Koala speed signs!Published On: 27 Jul 2023
Flashing Koala and kangaroo signs have been deployed across the Gold Coast in a bid to save animal lives after data revealed the extent of wildlife-vehicle collisions in the city.