Wild Aid 2023
Fundraiser concert tickets on sale now!
WILD AID 2023 will be a spectacular concert hosted by Bluesfest on Saturday the 21st of October at the Green Room at Byron Events Farm. The Cruel Sea will head-line this event along with a line-up of other amazing Australian musicians.
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Our work for wildlife is NOT worthless
The NSW government has revoked the $6 million grant it previously announced for Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital to continue its lifesaving work for wildlife. Click to appeal to the Environment Minister to reconsider this decision.
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Our vision

Securing the future for Australian wildlife through expert veterinary care, recovery, education and community engagement.

Our mission

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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