Australian Koala In Its Natural Habitat Of Gumtrees

Caring for our beloved native species

Please phone 07 4159 6431 which is the Wildlife Rescue & Carers Bundaberg & District if you require any information or help in dealing with wildlife.

Please be careful and if possible, do not handle the injured animal, as this can cause them undue stress and even cause them to injure themselves further.

If it is during surgery hours and you are able to handle the animal, you can  bring it in to our surgery where we can assess it for treatment and referral on to a carer for rehabilitation however if it is out of hours please phone (07) 3924 6566 – Bundy Wildlife Rescue Inc.

Please note that our surgery is not a rehabilitation centre, so if the native animal cannot be treated and released into the wild (or to a local sanctuary or carer organisation), our options are somewhat limited.

Our vets and nurses have extensive experience in treating injured native animals, including birds, possums, koalas, wallabies and kangaroos. We love our native wildlife as much as we love our pets, so we will do everything we can to treat their injuries and get them back into the environment.

For more information on local wildlife carers and rescue services, please see the organisations listed below.

Queensland Wildlife Carers and Volunteers Association

  • Bundaberg
  • 07 4159 6431