With thanks to our current sponsors
Lotterywest’s vision of ‘building a better WA together’ is the ultimate contribution they want to make to our State.
Lotterywest works to enhance the quality of life and well-being for all West Australians. Their future is based on a proud history of serving the community. Established in 1932 by the Government of the day, Lotterywest remains a Government entity which continues to operate for its original purpose – to benefit the entire WA community.
Each week we give West Australians a chance to dream through the wide range of lottery games offered. A state-wide retail network of over 500 small businesses and the Lotterywest Play Online channel sells products including Saturday, Monday, and Wednesday Lotto, Set for Life, OZ Lotto and Powerball, Soccer Pools, Super66 and Cash 3. Instant lottery tickets, Scratch’n’Win, are also available through our retail network.
Lotterywest plays a unique role – they are not only responsible for operating the lottery in WA, but for directly distributing a proportion of the funds raised for our beneficiaries in the form of grants to charitable and community organisations. In addition to their direct grants program, their charter is to raise money for the State’s health, sporting and arts sectors.
Last financial year, WA winners shared in $601 million worth of lottery prizes, while $281 million was raised for the WA community. You can contact Lotterywest here.
City of Swan
Department of Parks and Wildlife
The Department of Parks and Wildlife protects and conserves the State’s natural environment on behalf of the people of Western Australia.
The department was established on 1 July 2013, when the former Department of Environment and Conservation was split into the Department of Parks and Wildlife and the Department of Environment Regulation, and is in the portfolio of the Minister for Environment.
Its key responsibilities include conserving biodiversity and managing the State’s national parks, marine parks and other reserves, which cover a total area of more than 27 million hectares. You can contact the Department of Parks and Wildlife here.
City of Bayswater
Known as the “Garden City”, City of Bayswater covers a beautifully-maintained area of 33 sq km located just 8 km north-east of Perth. It is home to a number of picturesque, exciting and educational attractions and 10 km of Swan River foreshore.
The City of Bayswater is located just south of Native Animal Rescue, and contains numerous excellent release sites for animals that can not go back to where they came from. You can contact City of Bayswater here.
Town of Cambridge
The Town of Cambridge was formed on 1 July 1994 after the State Government restructured the former City of Perth. This provided an excellent opportunity for the revitalisation of communities in the area.
On 10 June 1996, administration staff moved into the new administration building at 1 Bold Park Drive, Floreat. Cambridge encompasses a 22 sq km area and includes Piney Lakes. You can contact Town of Cambridge here.
Animal Ark provides training and expertise for companies dealing with venomous snakes and fauna management practice and delivers popular hands-on educational programs to schools and events throughout Perth and beyond. Animal Ark also sell fauna management equipment, kits and books.
Malaga Print & Copy
Malaga Print & Copy assists NAR by providing high-quality printing services such as printed documents and brochures for use in the clinic. Malaga Print & Copy helps keep printing costs low so we don’t need to worry so much about those overheads, and instead focus more on helping the animals in our Wildlife Hospital.
Eco Insulation Malaga
Thank you to Michael, Jacqueline and their staff at Eco Insulation in Malaga for their generous donation of material and labour for our training/education room. Your contribution and support to Native Animal Rescue is greatly appreciated by our volunteers and our animals.