Native Animal Rescue is the only major wildlife centre in Perth’s northern suburbs dedicated to the rehabilitation & release of sick, injured, orphaned and displaced native wildlife in WA. We receive on average 3,000 native animals every year, including birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians. It costs approximately $10 per day per animal for food, electricity and ongoing care costs, with some animals needing medication for an extra cost. As an ATO-registered not-for-profit organisation, we receive 100% of our funds through generous donations from the public and private sectors, limited grants opportunities, and through major fundraising events.
This year we are holding an Open Day to raise much-needed funds for our animals and give back to the community that helps us so much. Come and join us on Sunday July 9th from 10am – 3pm.
You can like our event on Facebook for updates when we add them by clicking through here. You can tag your friends to let them know about the Open Day, so nobody misses out on the fun!
If you would like to share our flyer, we have posted a copy at the bottom of this page that you can save and circulate.
Greencross Vets – Partnered Vet
Healthy Wildlife Healthy Lives – Wildlife Education
Animal Ark – Fauna Training Courses, including Snake Avoidance for Dogs and Snake Catching courses
MadCat Photography – One-of-a-kind Western Australian themed giftwares (with some NAR merchandise available!)
Perth Face Painting Company – Awesomely talented face painters.
Beanie’s Pawtraits – Professional photography: Have a pro snap your photo with one of our animals as a souvenir of the day.
NAR Volunteer information – Want to become a volunteer? Have a chat with our Volunteer Manager.
NAR Merchandise for sale – Clothing and gifts for the family, with all proceeds to the animals.
Reuse & Recycle stall – Second-hand items donated, with 100% of proceeds to the animals. If you are interested in donating for this stall, please let us know!
Sausage sizzle – What Aussie Family Day Out is complete without one? Veggie and Vegan options will be available on the day. Soft drinks and bottled water will also be available for purchase. Or you can BYO lunch.
A range of fascinating talks will be held throughout the day on the following topics:
- Reptiles of Perth
- Snakebite first aid
- Magnificent magpies and dabbling ducks
- Plus two exhibitions, featuring our Black Cockatoos and Birds of Prey
Sessions to cuddle with our animals and take a selfie will be ongoing throughout the day:
- Black Cockatoos
- Birds of Prey
- Marvellous mammals
- Reptiles and amphibians
Exclusive facility tours will run hourly, with an opportunity to see our amazing new Waterbirds Facility, and meet some of the animals that are currently in care.
Silent Auction & Raffles
If you would like to sponsor an item for the Silent Auction or a Raffle, please contact our Promotions Coordinator on email@example.com
$5 Single, $10 Family (2 Adults + 3 kids). All tickets will be purchasable at the gate on the day.
ALL proceeds go towards our animal hospital, to help us help wildlife.
Getting to NAR
We are located at 170 Camboon Road Malaga 6090. This is north of Reid Highway, just being the RSPCA.
There are 49 marked parking spaces outside of NAR, with additional kerbside parking available on Camboon Road. There are 19 additional marked spaces on Truganina road between Camboon Rd and Malaga Dr.
The 344 Bus will stop outside of RSPCA on Malaga Drive once per hour on the day, and it is just a 12 minute walk to our gate.
If you have any questions about the day, feel free to contact our Promotions Coordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org
NAR’s Animal Hospital will still be accepting new admissions
If you find a sick, injured or distressed native animal on Sunday July 9th, we will still be open and happy to help you. Just let the greeters know and come straight to reception. If you would like to stay for the Open Day, you can purchase a ticket at reception after admitting the animal. For the sake of the animal, please DO NOT visit attractions before admitting it. The animal has the right to a safe and quiet environment, and either leaving it in the car or carrying it around for any longer than absolutely necessary can impose unnecessary stress, and STRESS KILLS!
If you have any questions on the day, please look for one of our friendly volunteers in their black NAR shirts.
NAR has done its utmost to ensure most of the attractions will be accessible for all patrons. However, our facility tours are down a gravel path that may not be suitable for wheelchairs. Additionally, if you have young children, we request that they stay calm and quiet during any cuddle/photo sessions and facility tours. This is for the welfare of our animals, as loud noises can stress them out, potentially leading to an accidental scratch or bite. While our volunteers will do everything they can to ensure a safe experience for your family, all interactions with the animals will be at your own risk.
Absolutely NO SMOKING and NO ALCOHOL on site. If you would like to smoke, you will need to exit the grounds completely. There is a zero tolerance policy, and if you are caught smoking on site you will be asked to leave.
It’s going to be a fun day, see you then!