HELP US SAVE NOOSA'S WILDLIFE THIS TRAUMA SEASON.
Our volunteer team work tirelessly 24/7 throughout the year to rescue all animals great and small across the greater Noosa region.
One of our biggest expenses is petrol to keep our rescue vehicles and boats out on the road and water. With petrol prices continuing to climb, it can make our rescues - which are offered free to the Noosa community - incredibly expensive, with multiple trips between rescues, vets and rehabilitation centres across the Sunshine Coast each day.
By donating today, you'll ensure the continuity of our animal rescue services for the Noosa community and beyond.
Our sincere thanks for your support of our Australian native wildlife.
Without you, our work wouldn't be possible.
Please note: if you would prefer to pay by direct deposit into our accounts, our bank details are:
BANK: Bendigo Bank - Tewantin
ACC NAME: Wildlife Noosa Ltd
BSB: 633 000
REFERENCE: Your name i.e. JohnSmith
Containers for Change
To keep our services free to the public, we have a Wishlist of items that will help us to equip our team with what they need to rescue wildlife safely, professionally and with utmost care. View our Wishlist here.
Have you considered using your recycling to donate to Wildlife Noosa?
Simply give our scheme ID number below at the desk after depositing your containers!
If you'd like to support the work of Wildlife Noosa via your business, we offer different tiers of support and recognition. Please email Charles Shewring for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leave a gift in your will
A gift left in your will is a legacy that will ensure the beautiful wildlife of Noosa are here for the next generation. For a gifts in wills guide, please email Charles Shewring at email@example.com.
Highly recommend Wildlife Noosa. Will came out within 30mins of my phone call and helped rescue a sick possum.
Will is passionate, kind and professional. Very grateful to have a local service like this.
Thank you so much Will and Wildlife Noosa for all the work you do
— Mathilde Parviainen