The Fraser Coast Wildlife Sanctuary staff consists of a curator assisted by a dedicated and enthusiastic band of volunteers.
The sanctuary provides a haven for Australian native animals and birds in a natural environment.
As well as providing a facility which people can visit for an enjoyable experience, they promote education and understanding of our native fauna through visits by schools, tour groups, etc.
They also undertake the rescue and rehabilitation of native animals and birds.
Donations and sponsorship resources are used to directly assist with feeding requirements, veterinarian and medical expenses, maintaining enclosures and grounds and direct associated costs. It also helps the wildlife sanctuary to expand and house more animals within a safe and secure environment.
As well as cash donations, they gratefully accept donations of building materials, tools, etc. and suitable food including lucerne, bird seed, fruit and vegetables.
See Fraser Coast Wildlife Sanctuary’s wish list on their website.
The goals of the Fraser Coast Wildlife Sanctuary are:
- To provide a haven for Australian native animals and birds in a natural environment
- Undertake the rescue and rehabilitation of injured and sick native animals and birds
- Promote education and understanding of our native fauna
- To contribute to our community and region by providing a facility which people can visit for an enjoyable experience, interact with and increase their knowledge of our native animals and birds