Please report sick or injured wildlife immediately

Getting specialist care as quickly as possible greatly increases the animal’s chances of survival.


Loveland for Wildlife

Photo by Jason G Harris

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SAD NEWS…due to ongoing health issues with administration staff and carers Loveland for Wildlife will no longer be rehabilitating or releasing wildlife at our Hill River wildlife sanctuary.

HOWEVER if wildlife does come into care we can still provide assessment, triage, vet assistance, and then transport animals to other registered wildlife organisations, where they will attain the same high quality of care that we have been able to offer to date. The alternative organisations will also provide safe release sites for these animals.

Since inception, our work has relied soley on membership fees, grants, donations and the dedication of our wildlife carers, to ensure the best outcome for sick, injured or orphaned wildlife. To this end our organisation has worked harmoniously with other wildlife networks throughout Western Australia.

Loveland for Wildlife Inc was incorporated on 30th November 2007. The sanctuary, which adjoins the Hill River nature reserve, is located on 300 hectares approx. 24kms inland from Jurien Bay.