Wildlife Information & Contacts

Wildlife Carers Information Contact Website
Ipswich Koala Protection Society Rescues all wildlife and specialises in koalas, providing a 24-hour, 7-days a week ambulance service for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife. Ruth
(07) 5464 6274 0419 760 127Helen
(07) 3282 5035 0417 604 761
Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service The Department of Environment and Heritage Protection is dedicated to protecting and conserving native Australian wildlife. 1300 130 372 http://www.ehp.qld.gov.au/
FAUNA Association Inc. Fostercare of Australia’s Unique Native Animals Inc. (FAUNA) is a dedicated group of people who care for sick, injured and orphaned native Australian animals. 1300 328 621
(1300 FAUNA 1)
Wildlife emergencies
(07) 5424 6055
ARROW Inc. Australian Rescue and Rehabilitation of Wildlife Association Inc (ARROW) is a volunteer organisation dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife. Rescue hotline
0430 904 415
R.S.P.C.A Wildlife Hospital RSPCA Qld provides care to many thousands of sick, injured and orphaned wild animals across the state, both on site at the Wildlife Hospital in Brisbane, and via a support network of rescuers, licensed carers and external veterinarians. 1300 264 625
(1300 ANIMAL)(07) 3426 9910
Australian Wildlife Hospital The highly efficient Rescue Unit operates from the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, collecting sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife reported within South East Queensland through the Wildlife Emergency Hotline. 1300 369 652

(07) 5436 2097 (Appointments)

Bat Conservation and Rescue Queensland The Rescue Line is staffed by local volunteers, who have been trained in bat rescue, care and rehabilitation. (0488 228 134 (07) 3390 1213 info@bats.org.au http://www.bats.org.au
B.I.R.O Association Inc. BIRO is a wildlife organisation manned by volunteers, providing care for Australian native birds under Queensland State Government permit. (07) 3208 3512 https://www.biro.org.au
Snake Catchers Brisbane Snake Catchers Brisbane provides numbers for a reliable snake catcher in your area. Bryan
0413 028 081
0421 455 077

Land for Wildlife

Whether you manage a large farm or a small bush block, the Land for Wildlife program can offer you free advice and assistance. Land for Wildlife is a voluntary initiative that aims to help residents manage all or part of their property as habitat for native plants and animals. For more information visit the ICC website here or give them a call at 07 3810 6666.

Habitat Garden

Residents with a hectare less of land are encouraged to join the Habitat Gardens Program and help provide habitat for native animals. New participants are eligible for an environmental weed control rebate up to $800 annually, up to 25 Free Native Plants from Councils Nurseries, quarterly editions of the Environment Matters newsletters and more. For more details visit the Ipswich City Council website here.

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