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The time to act is NOW

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.

You can help by donating today!

Donate Today


Friends of the Hospital

Join a group of passionate people dedicated to being educated about the care and conservation of our local wildlife through the efforts of the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital.

Friends of the Hospital are invited to meet the animals, experience the hospital, and attend exclusive quarterly vet talks and other benefits.

Become a Friend


Help Us Pave
the Way for Wildlife

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.

Purchase Your Paver Today!



Leave a charitable bequest in your will and help save Australia’s native wildlife.

The thousands of wildlife 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 help us continue to provide treatment to the wildlife animals. It will also go to research in helping find cures to diseases affecting these animals and provide education so you can trust our local wildlife will be left safe hands.

Together, we are making a real and tangible difference for wildlife and restoring wild places.

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Tree to Me

Sick and injured koalas recovering in hospital can be very fussy eaters. Each Koala has their preferred gum species.

The gum cutters and veterinary nurses need to select several types of gum every day to keep the hospital patients happy. The Wildlife Hospital now treats over 600 wild Koalas every year, so that means we need to ensure the varied gum species for our Koalas are readily available.

The Tree to Me Program allows us to continue to plant eucalypt trees in our Plantations. For as little as $10, you can help.

Buy a Tree Today!

Contact Us

OPENING HOURS: 8am to 5pm | 7 days a week (Closed Christmas Day)

Phone: 07 5534 0813