Wildlife to receive veterinary care seven days a week

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Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital has increased its operating hours to seven days a week to extend expert veterinary care for injured, sick, and orphaned native animals. “Critically injured wildlife can’t wait until the next business day to receive medical treatment for injuries and illness,” said Foundation Veterinarian Dr Bree Talbot. “They commonly present with injuries from impact […]

Southern Cross Credit put their money where their heart is

We’re thrilled to announce a 3-year partnership with Southern Cross Credit Union. “It is important for Southern Cross Credit Union to get involved in the projects that matter to those in our community, “ said SCCU CEO Stewart Edwards during a recent visit, pictured above at left with Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital Founder and CEO Dr Stephen Van Mil. […]

NRMA Releases Wildlife Road Safety Report

The NRMA has released its Wildlife Road Safety Report which includes sobering statistics on impact collisions between Australian motorists and native animals. The report highlights the NRMA’s efforts to conserve biodiversity and protect wildlife through its sponsorship of Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital’s Wildlife Car Rescue Kits, available for purchase this summer.

It costs $555 to keep wildlife alive. Please donate today.

Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital needs urgent donations to help sustain our life-saving work for injured, sick and orphaned Australian wildlife. It costs an average of $555 to provide an initial consult, anaesthesia, X-rays, fluid therapy and hospitalisation for an individual wildlife patient. We do all of this work free of charge. It’s not right to […]

We’re celebrating our second birthday!

It’s been a wild ride, and we’re thrilled to have treated over 3500 wildlife patients since we opened our doors two years ago. Please enjoy our highlights reel!

Pre-order your Wildlife Car Rescue Kit!

Thanks to the support of our partners at The NRMA and iFAW and everyone who purchased one, we sold out of our potentially lifesaving wildlife car rescue kits in record time. Clearly, Australian motorists want to help reduce the unnecessary loss of wildlife through impact collisions with road vehicles. Please note: Due to global supply […]

Iggy Pop Rocks Biggy Pop Swag to Support Australian Wildlife

Biggy Pop - Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital Patron

Godfather of punk Iggy Pop delighted us with social media posts on Facebook and Instagram of a poolside selfie sporting our limited edition merchandise featuring his Moluccan cockatoo, and our Founding Patron, Biggy Pop. “Chilling at the pool with Biggy Pop style in beautiful Munich” was Iggy’s personal message to us last week along with […]

Wildlife Car Rescue Kits allow drivers to help injured native animals

We’re delighted to announce a new partnership with the NRMA to help fund critical programs to rescue, treat, rehabilitate and release native animals. As part of the partnership, Australian motorists have the opportunity to purchase a veterinary-endorsed Wildlife Car Rescue Kit to use if they encounter injured wildlife, particularly those found near the roadside. Read […]

Matilda, Australia’s largest Mobile Wildlife Hospital makes her screen debut!

It’s been a year in the making. Saturday 11th June is the date of the world premiere of “Wildlife Rescue Australia”, a ten-part television series broadcast on Australia’s Network Ten. The series stars Matilda, Australia’s largest Mobile Wildlife Hospital and the talented veterinary team providing lifesaving care for wildlife, led by Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital’s Foundation Veterinarian, […]