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With the severe drought conditions and intensifying bushfires, the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital has seen around a 20% increase in admissions from in and around the fire zones.The hospital's vital work of treating, rehabilitating and releasing sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife means the hospital has grown to be one of the busiest wildlife hospitals in the world.
2019 saw over 12,200 animals, including 600 Koalas admitted into the hospital - a service that is provided free of charge to the community.
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.
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.
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A Walkways for Wildlife paver is the perfect gift or personal memento. Have a special message or business name and logo engraved and laid at Currumbin Wildlife Hospital for you to come back and see every time you visit us!
Help us pave the way for wildlife and order your Walkways for Wildlife personally engraved paver today!
Leave a charitable bequest in your will and help save Australia’s native wildlife.
The thousands of animals that come through Currumbin Wildlife Hospital each year are released back into the wild to breed and produce future generations.
A gift in your will can help us continue to provide treatment to the animals that are rescued and brought in, as well as helping to find cures to diseases affecting these animals and provide education so you can trust our local wildlife will be left in good hands.
Did you know that koalas are classified as vulnerable in Queensland? Sadly, this means there is a real and significant risk of koalas becoming extinct in our local area.
One of the major threats to our local koala population is the loss of their unique habitat, primarily due to land clearing for housing and agricultural development. The threats to our wild koalas continue to grow and the Wildlife Hospital now treats nearly 600 wild koalas every year.
Please help us continue the treatment and care of these beautiful Aussie icons by donating to our Tree to Me Program today. For as little as $10, you can help us continue to plant eucalypt trees in our Plantations.
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