If you find a native animal, transporting the wildlife to a wildlife hospital or centre as soon as possible is critical to its survival.


Wildlife mask their injuries and illness and this can be hard for the untrained eye to see. Animals reared on their own are often non releasable and when not taught the correct survival skills will not survive in the wild. It is for the best outcome for the animal to be under the care of a wildlife Veterinarian and trained wildlife rehabilitators. Please place the animal in a box with soft bedding and keep visual and noise stimulation to a minimum. Please transport the wildlife to your nearest wildlife hospital or centre , as the sooner treament is commenced the chance of a successful release increases. After hours please take the injured wildlife to your nearest Veterinary Hospital.  If you are unsure about any wildlife please call your nearest wildlife rescue. Our wildlife appreciate your support and care.

We are available to assist from 9am-5pm every day of the year. We are happy to provide advice for and rehabilitate all WA native animals, including birds, mammals, reptiles and frogs.

For all enquiries call us on 9249 3434Please bring all animal admissions to 170 Camboon Road, Malaga, just north of Reid Highway.

If you have rescued an animal and can’t take it to us, either due to distance or the time, you can always take the animal to one of our Partnered Vets, who will stabilise the animal and then pass it on to us.


For any emergency outside of our opening hours, please contact Wildlife Rescue Australia 1300 596 457.