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Malubillai Wildlife Carers Network

Malubillai Care of injured, sick and orphaned Wildlife Appe


Malubillai Carers house and care for the wildlife in our own homes, and as a network we provide a variation of facilities to progress the rehabilitation process. This ensures both the intensity of care and size of shelter best suits the needs of the wildlife in care. Providing the right foods to ensure the individual specific dietary requirements are met is an integral part of the rehabilitation process.

Annually we care for approximately 2,000 native animals, with current costs around $8000pa for foods such as Marsupial milk, kangaroo muesli, mince, mealworms, fish, lorimix, seed, chick starter, egg biscuit, calcium, protein supplements, vitamins and fresh fruit and vegetables.

Carers with Malubillai get support and assistance for equipment and shelters when rehabilitating wildlife, but as we do not get any direct funding, the cost of food is ultimately met by the individual carer. With the increasing number of wildlife that come into care each year, we are fundraising to offset the costs of providing food and to ease the financial burden on carers.

How will the funds be used?

The funds will be used to purchase food and vitamins, in order to cope with the different diets which cover a huge variety of native animals that come into care.

Key Areas of Expenditure

Food and vitamins

Contact Details

PO Box 595

Are donations tax deductible?


Will I receive a receipt for my donation?

Yes, when Malubillai Wildlife Carers Network is able