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It costs an average of $555 per wildlife patient for an initial consult, anaesthesia, X-rays, pain relief, fluid therapy and hospitalisation. It’s not right to charge wildlife carers or members of the public to care for animals they do not own, so we give our professional services away for free.
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Our Mission

Our mission is to conserve, protect and ensure positive welfare outcomes for Australian wildlife through treatment, rehabilitation, research and education. Everything we do is underpinned by important principles of ethics and animal welfare.

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Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital provides professional veterinary services for injured, diseased, orphaned and displaced native Australian animals. Our services are provided free of charge to achieve positive welfare outcomes for wildlife.
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Who pays for professional veterinary care for injured wildlife?

It costs BBWH an average of $555 per wildlife patient for an initial consult, anaesthesia, X-rays, pain relief, fluid therapy and hospitalisation. This does not include the cost of medicines or surgery.


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Every donation over $2 is fully-tax-deductible and goes directly toward sustaining lifesaving veterinary services for Australian wildlife.

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Funds Raised in FY 2023

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