Redlands Wildlife Rescue
Wildlife Rescue volunteers needed!
The Redlands 24 hour Wildlife Rescue service is currently seeking to enlist new volunteers. Please contact IndigiScapes on 3824 8611 to register for an induction.
Inductions for the two services will be held:
Redlands Afterhours Wildlife Ambulance - Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 March (only need to attend one induction), 9.00am to 4.30pm
Redlands Widlilfe Care Network - Wednesday 19 March, 9.00am to 4.30pm
Redlands 24 hour Wildlife Rescue - Ph 3833 4031
The Redlands 24 hour Wildlife Rescue
is a community volunteer program that responds to calls regarding sick, injured and orphaned wildlife in the Redlands. It is coordinated and managed by the Redland City Council Wildlife Program.
The Redlands 24 hour Wildlife Rescue service can be contacted on ph 3833 4031
The Daisy Hill Koala Centre operates an ambulance service during the day for injured, sick or orphaned koalas on ph 3299 1032
The program is split into two services and operate every day of the year:
If you are interested in joining either of these programs, contact a wildlife extension officer at IndigiScapes on 3824 8611.
Redlands Wildlife Care Network (RWCN)
The Redlands Wildlife Care Network originated in recognition of the long arduous hours and selfless diligence of our local carers. It aims to facilitate the care and rehabilitation of injured or orphaned wildlife to enhance understanding of our local fauna. More >>
Redlands After-hours Wildlife Service (RAWA)
Redland City Council purchased the first wildlife ambulance in 1985 and continues to support this service. The Council takes full responsibility for coordination and operation of the Redland After-hours Wildlife Ambulance (RAWA) and training of volunteers. More >>
Redlands Wildlife Network Community Meetings
If you are interested in finding out more about our native wildlife, come along to our community meetings held at the Redlands IndigiScapes Centre, 17, Runnymede Road, Capalaba (Ph 3824 8611) on the first Monday of each month (unless it is a public holiday). Guest speakers will focus on different animals at the meetings and you can meet our wildlife officers there.
Becoming a Wildlife Carer
If you are interested in becoming a wildlife carer, first you will need to register with a wildlife organisation. More >>
Joining the Redlands Wildlife Care Network as a carer
After you have become a member of a wildlife organisation, have a current rehabilitation permit as a carer and live in (or close to) the Redlands area, you can join our network of wildlife carers by contacting a wildlife extension officer on 3824 8611
or email us