Foster an Endangered Native Australian Animal
Sadly, many of Australia’s native wildlife are becoming endangered through human intervention, disease and attacks from domestic pets. By taking part in Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary’s “Adopt A Wildlife Child” program, your kind 12 month donation allows you to assist in the care, feeding and release of a native animal at the Sanctuary by fostering an endangered native Australian animal.
A key part of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital. Together we are dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of not only of the wildlife at the Sanctuary, but for over 8500 native animal patients brought in by the local community each year. We are also part of a number of local, national and international programs that aim to ensure the conservation of endangered animals.
Adopt a Greater Bilby
For 12 months, you will be the proud foster parent of a Greater Bilby, helping us to maintain and save this endangered Australian Native animal. Over this time you will receive 3 updates from Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and your ‘Wildlife Child’. Your adoption donation goes to supporting the ongoing conservation, welfare and release of Australian native wildlife.