A world class wildlife hospital

The Moreton Bay Wildlife Hospital Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation with a vision to improve outcomes for wildlife in our community.

With your help, we will build a much-needed specialist wildlife hospital for injured and orphaned native animals where they can be treated by highly skilled veterinary professionals and be released back into the wild in Moreton Bay.

Wild Moreton Bay Region

Wildlife is an invaluable part of the Moreton Bay Region.

Representing an area of 2,042 km 2, the region features a rich diversity of landscapes including coastal wetlands, bushland, sub-tropical rainforest, and beaches.

It is also home to 805 different animal species, with 55 regarded as endangered, vulnerable or near threatened. Some of the wildlife that share our neighbourhoods include koalas, kangaroos, platypus, powerful owls, microbats, and pelicans. With a growing population and expanding urban areas, the wild places these animals call home are shrinking.