Fauna Rescue South Australia

A great site with useful information on Australian native animals, including tips on short term care.

Family Friendly Sites

This is a good search engine for parents wanting a safe internet environment for their children.



Unique Australian Animals

Heaps of photos of Australian native animals with a feature of one Australian native animal per month.


This website has some great photos of squirrels, opossums and other adorable critters in care.

World Wide Wombat Web

This is a site dedicated to wombats. It has loads of links to other wombat related web sites.

Illinois Raptor Center

There are some great success stories on this site, along with some awesome photography.

Tweed Valley Wildlife Carers

This site has heaps of comprehensive factsheets, and a list of wildlife carers throughout Australia


Sponsoroo is a program created by Susie and Mark Rowe to encourage interest, education & awareness about kangaroos.

Guide to Australia
For everything Australian!
You can find Aussie weather details, maps and flags, Australian road distances, tourism info, stuff on Australian culture and links to other great Aussie sites.

Aussie Animal Magic
Rose is another wildlife carer in who lives in Queensland. Roses site has photos and stories of the animals she's cared for.

Wildcare Queanbeyan

A wildlife carers group near Canberra. This site has some great photos. They also have a great training schedule with some very interesting topics.

Looking After Our Kosciuszko Orphans

Web site for Laoko, a wildlife care group in the Snowy Mountains area of NSW. This is a relatively new site continuously growing with new stories and fact sheets.


This is a fun and educational site all about wombats! The fun side is the comic strip featuring wombie's. The educational side of Wombania are the Wombat Information pages - lots of info on my very favourite animal.

Wombat Rise Sanctuary

This site is owned by a wildlife carer in South Australia. Lucky ducks, they get to care for the most adorable Southern Hairy-Nosed Wombat!


Wildcare Australia

Wildcare Australia is a premier wildlife organisation located in Queensland.
The web site is well worth a look.

Raptor and Wildlife Refuge of Tasmania

Craig Webb is a wildife carer based in Kettering, Tasmania. Craig specialises in Birds of Prey and there is some great photos of them on his site.



Pilbara Wildlife Carers Association

This groups is based in Western Australia. There is some great photography on this site as well as a great story about the rescue, rehabilitation and release of some Black Swans.

Koala Hospital Port Macquarie

This group work tirelessly to save koalas that have been injured, are sick or have been orphaned. At this site you can read about the Koala Hospital and some of the patients that have passed through, as well as find a heap of interesting facts about koala's.


Australian Registry of Wildlife Health

This is an excellent web site and one that all wildlife carers should bookmark as a favourite. Caring for native animals can be so mysterious, particularly relating to illness and disease as there is not a lot of scientific research on them out there. ARWH is one site that helps to unveil the mystery.  At ARWH you will find detailed information on some common diseases in mammals, birds and reptiles, along with photographs to help in identification.  A carers best friend!


Australasian Zoo Keeping

This is a non-profit group made up of professional zoo keepers and other interested persons from the Australasian region, dedicated to professional animal care and wildlife conservation.  At the site you will find a host of husbandry and care guides covering several of our Australian native animals as well as many other critters from around the world. 


Australian Seabird Rescue

Lance Ferris (the Pelican Man!) and Marny Bonner are two very dedicated seabird carers, specializing in Pelicans, but also working with many other marine life species. They started Seabird Rescue some years ago and the organisation has now grown throughout Australia. Great photography of Pelicans and other sea critters at this site.


Wee Jasper Reserves

Fancy a brush with nature in a beautiful setting? How about a little caving, relaxing on the riverbank, or maybe a spot of fishing? Mountain biking for the energetic, and bush walking too, and there's even stuff for the history nuts! It's all there at Wee Jasper Reserves.



The Wildlife Rescue and Information Network is a wildlife care group located in Bendigo, Victoria.
Have you ever seen or heard of a Tuan? I hadn't until I visited this site!! Cute critter!


Northern Tablelands Wildlife Carers

Website of the wildlife care group that covers the Armidale to Tenterfield region in NSW.


Teeth Tell a Tale

This is a way cool website which teaches the viewer about the teeth of some of our Aussie critters and how we can work out how they live by their teeth. The skull photo's are incredible as they can be rotated to view all angles of the skull. Very interesting stuff.


The Wombat Foundation

Help save the Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat by visiting this new site and buying up big in the wombat gear section - all proceeds go to the recovery project, a fantastic and very worthwhile cause.


Wombat Protection Society of Australia

WPSA is a not for profit organisation that has recognised the desperate need to protect all species of wombat. Help them in their cause by becoming a member. The more voices added to theirs - the more we can achieve.

Australian Wildlife Society

The society (formerly The Wildlife Preservation Society of Australia) was formed in 1909 with a commitment to preserve and protect our unique Australian wildlife in all its forms. WPSA are one of the oldest conservation societies in Australia and probably one of the oldest in the world.


Wildlife Friendly Fencing

A site which shares tips on how you can make your fencing friendly for wildlife.


Bandicoot Books

A series of wonderful - and educational - children's books featuring bandicoots by Australian author, Karen Treanor. Site includes photos, stories and information on the bandicoot.


Bob Irwin Wildlife Fund

This site really needs no introduction - Bob Irwin, the original wildlife warrior. This is his blog where he shares all his wildlife tales.


Wild Insights

Animal communication and healing with
Sarah Messina.


Western Australian Seabird Rescue

Providing care and rehabilitation for coastal Western Australian seabirds.


The Sheep Bloke

Makers of fibreglass critters, including wombats, possums, emus and more! Very life like.


Everything Wildlife

The name says it all, really! Jewellery, toys, books, stationery, art and wildlife care supplies. What Judy doesn't stockshe can get for you!



Cedar Creek Wombat Rescue

Roz and Kev Holme operate this rescue service. They have been caring for wildlife for over 20 years, specialising in the rehabilitation of Bare-Nosed Wombats.


Bushprints Jewellery

Beautiful silver jewellery with prints of various native
animals, including koala, wombat, quoll, bilby, dingo,
echidna and many more.


Rocklily Wombats

A wildlife refuge based in the Greater Blue Mountains National Park in NSW, Australia. Lots of great fact sheets, wildlife projects and a super great wildlife shop!!